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The Hartford republican: October 15, 1920 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1920 hao1920101501_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: October 15, 1920 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The Hartford Republican Fine Quality Job Printing. VOL. XXXIII COOLIDGE TO MAKE Devoted to The Interests of All The People of Ohio County. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1920. Subscription $1.50 per Year NUMBER 15 for provision for 800,000 ballots womon. Tho curt, "I havo no Intention of voting," written on tho thous KENTUCKY A VISIT ands returned, Bhow that not half of tho 800,000 ballots will bo used. In a big Btraw voto of women who will voto tho ratio ran per thousand, 617 Four Governors Are To Be for Harding 428 for Cox, a Harding majority of 189. Assuming only 300,-00- 0 On Board G. O. P. womon .ylH voto tho ratio with Special. the Indicated male voters preference would give a Republican gain of 103,-68- 3, or far nbovo Wilson's majority Kentucky Is Included In the itln-er- y of 89,408 four years ago. It Indiof tho "Governors' Special" to bo cates that tho Republican plurality In 'run by tho Ropubtlcan National Com- tho stato will bo about 1G,000. mittee no.t week; thru some of tho Important "bqrder stages", of tho SMALLPOX AGAIN North and South. Thoro Is only ono case of smalli Tho special la scheduled to start . from Washington Sunday, October pox In Hartford nt prcsont. 17, passing thru West Virginia, KenTho citizens hero are generally tucky, Tennessee, North Carolina and submitting to vaccination, which has We would Maryland, closing tho tour at Balti- boen of much advantage. more early on tho morning of Oc- suggest again thnt vaccination Is given up to bo the best and safest pretober 24. party of forty or more promlnont ventive and would advise that In all A .speakers and press representatives communities where tho disease prewill bo on tho special, which will bo vails that it should be carreld out. made up of ono club car, one dlnlnf, In somo localities in tho county wo sleepers nro advised families who havo small:ar, two observation pox are not rop'ortlng tho same. This and ono Is strict violation of tho law and any sleopor. In tho party will bo Oov. Calvin one falling to report smallpox In his Coolldge, of Massachusetts, Republi- fnmjly 13 subject to prosecution. , JUDOE MACK COOKT Ch'r'ra can nominee for Vice Prosldent; Gov. E. II. PENDLETON, Frank O. Lowdon, of Illinois; Gov. Secy. Board of Health. William C. Sproul, of Pennsylvania; TJov. Edwin P. Morrow, of Kentucky; Alf A. Taylor, Republican candidate COURT OF APPEALS for governor of Tennessee nnd JaKILLS SCHOOL LEVY cob Hedges, of Now York City. In State Two Days. Other speakers will bo on tho spe- Graded School DMrlcts Loso. Right To Collect Additional Tuv cial during tho two days it Is tourBy DccNlon. ing Kentucky, somo of whom will bo loft behind at each place to mako Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 12 Tho act spoeches nftor tho special has gtme. Richard P. of tho Legislature of 1920 providMnJ Jackson Morris, levy on Ernst, Uopubllcan, candldato for Unit- ing for an additional each $100 worth of property for ed States senator and other graded school purposes' was declared will bo on board. Tho tour of Kentucky Is scheduled unconstitutional today by the Court to lgln at Mt. Sterling at 8 odock of Appeals. Tho decision was nfade nxt Monday morning and tho follow- by Appallato .Tudgo Sampson and coning cities nnd towns will be visited curred in by.Chief Justice Carroll and th f'rst day: Winchostor, Stanton, Judgos Hurt and Settlo. Thore are To - nt, Jackson, Beattyvllle, Irvine, 254 schools In the btaTe .affocted by Hi' ! 1'oml, Lancaster, Stanford and tho decision, which wa3 triad? In the case of tho .Touipkinsvlllo Graded . "act. On tho second and last day, Tuoi-du- School District against Jackson. If The Legislature attempted to give Uio special will n'ass thru Mt. V .on, London. Corbln, Barbour-M- ii tho trustees la any graded school disPinovillo. Harlan, Lynch and trict authority to raise au additional MiudlPbboro, loaving tho state at lovy o'f 50 cent3 to the lovy of 75 MfUdlesboro Tuesday night, passing cents which existed when the amendin'o tho border stato of Tennoaace. ment was offered in the IC3lslaturo. In preparlng'tho amendment to tho Hear platform speeohes will bo mo do at all theeo stops except at act a referenco was mado to Sections poiM whero the special arrives at lGDAof Section 1C5 of tho common school laws ot Kentucky, Acts of ' night Kentucky Sta It will bo tho' first visit of Gover- 1918, Suction. Kentucky and the tutes. nor, Coolldgo to This rSforonco was an orror and mountain people are expected to givo Him a rousing rocoptlon. His visit Is roforred to sections of accompllntion In tho nature of a return engagement of common school laws issued1 by tho for tho visits of Governor Kirrow to Stato Department ot Education. The court says that Inasmuch as this comMassachusetts Tho Montgomery County .campaign pilation is not tho act of the Legisla0 ture nnd that Section 1C5 of the Kencommlttoo has promised to havo peoplo at Mt. Sterling next Mon tucky Statutes does not voter to tho day morning to wolepme tho governor. common schools, that the act violates Other, towns along tho Section 51 of tho Constitution In that to Kentucky. routo havo madesliallar promises, it Is misleading and erroneous and especially tho large? towns where therotoro Invalid. Of Jtnngor stops are to be made. ' Members of tho party will live DR. SAM W. CROWR RETURNS TO COUNTY aboard tho train. Louisville Herald nt Kcn-tucklay. 10,-00- m s HARTFORD TO STAGE I SCHOOL FAIR OCT. 22 Tho Hartford Graded and High School Is sponsor for a school fair to be staged Friday, Octobor 22, In a ono day's meet. A lengthy program embracing a long list of contosts and awards has been arranged and promiscuously scattered throughout tho County, insuring wido advertisement of tho event. This Is tho first effort along this lino to bo put forth by tho local school, but Judging from tho Interest manifested In events of ltko character at other points, as well as the interest shown locally, this first von-tur- KENTUCKY WILIj KEEP HAZEL-WOObarring accldonts, ought to be eminently successful. Events are Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 9. Tho snte open to all schools of the County. ot Kentucky will take ovor and maintain Hazelwood Sanltorium, near MAJOHITY WOMAN VOTE & OP OHIO FOR HARDING Louisville, in a short time. The State Board of Health was notified today Washington, Oct. 11 Ohio's wo- by Attorney General Charles I. Dawman Yd'te seems to bo against Cox son that the title is good and the Analysis ot reports Indicates that the floating debt paid off. It is said the tjiew voters wilt give the state to Louisville Red Cross paid Jhe debt Harding, The first striking fact In- ot $ 16,000 leaving only the bonded dicated In the woman'straw votes is Indebtedness ot $22,000 tor the state the large number ot women who do to care for. Ttie General Assembly not Intend to go to the polls. The this year appropriated money for this tvfate supervisor ot election has made purpose and directed the purchase. Cen-tortoo, First Lieutenant Samuel W. Crowe, of Camp Eustls, Va who has. boen serving in tho Medical Corps of tho United States Army for the past two years, received his honorable discharge October 4, 1920 at Camp Tay-lor- , Ky. Dr. Crowe, who practiced medicine at Contortown, soveral years before entering tho army, will return to to rcsumo tho practice ot his profession. Lt. Crowe has served Uncle Sam at tho following places: Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga.;U. S. Army General Hospital, No. 19, Otoer, N, C.j Camp Taylor and Camp Knox, Ky. and Camp Abraham Eustls, Va, County last Friday on schedule tlmo, making a short stop at Beaver Dam, BOLSHEVIK-POLIS- H whero according to estimates some-whonear 2,000 had gathered to TREATY TO END WAR Governor Too Dictatorial, Rig Organi- Delivers Splendid Address Here, meet tho Democratic candldato for zation Thrown Strength Tour Of County Rearing President. Ho spoko only about four To Harding. Fruit To O. O. I minutes, from the roar end of his prlvato coach, which bore quite a Signed Pact Effective At Mid-nigChicago, Oct. 11. Under the name Mrs. John P. Hnswoll, In so far as number of notablo Democrats. Tho Next of the "True Democracy Leaguo Of Hartford Is concerned, broke the ico special also made a short stop at Monday. Ohio," a powerful section of tho Dem- hero Monday in tho first political ad- - Horso Branch, where he also spoko ocratic party in Ohio has entered tho dress ever delivered by a lady, about the same length of time to a campaign to opposo tho election of While the attendance was considered much smaller audlcnco who had gnth Riga, Oct. 12 preliminary-peac- e A Governor Cox to tho presidency, and small It was Intensely Interested, ored to see the candidate. treaty and armistice was' signed has opened headquarters in the Nell as manifested by the close attention This Is tho first tlmo in tho history given her. The Speaker, who was ln- - of tho County whore a candidate for by tho Polish and Russian Soviot House nt Columbus. Tho tho loaguo has Just determined troduced by County Attorney, A. D. President has been scon on a speaking peace delegates here at'7:10 o'clock' tonight. The armistice actually to help elect Senator .Harding to save Kirk, prefaced her address by cit- tour within her confines. effective at midnight October country from Cox, It Is six years ing a few of tho reasons for her aftho 18, that Is, 144 hours from midnight old, and vory early In Its' Tcareer it filiation with tho Hepubllcan Party, PIONEER DEMOCRAT, WOMAN HOLTS COX tonight. cast 65,999 votes against Cox and his chlefest among them being thnt ParThe announcement that tho pcaco personal ambitions. It promises to ty's general advanced position and Chicago, Oct. ; Mrs. John 3herwJn treaty was to bo signed brought great wield a mighty Influence this fall. Interest In tho matter of education, Hero arc somo of the reasons given child labor laws and championship of Cro3by, one of tho pioneer Democratic crowds to the square surrounding tho by officers ot tho league for Its oppo- statutes protecting children, women loaders among New York women, to- Blackhead House. M. Joffo and ,thfr sition to Cox: and the home. These sho held and day announced that she has bolted Bolshevik delegation entered tho hall sufficient, His administration as governor has showexL-wertho Cox ticket nnd will help elect first, nnd wero followed by M. Domb-s- ki nnd the Polish delegation. About analyzed to attract tho new voters, Harding. Sho has been welcomed as beon autocratic arid dictatorial. Ho .has wanted lo bo not only governor, tho women, to the Republican Party, (a leader of Democratic women who 200 persons, including tho entiro but tho Genornl Assembly and the but to these was added the most vital cannot support Cox and his war diplomatic body', and prominent Let Judicial Department as well. and stupendous question that had leaguo and has been elected president tish officials crowded tho small ropm, "He has beon persistent In his at- confronted this Nation since tho days of tho Harding and Wadsworth many of them standing. Considerable delay ensued, which tempts to take power away from the ot the civil war, that of the approval League of Democratic women voters. people and vest It in himself and his or rejection of tho League of Nations "I am a Democrat," said Mrs. Crosby, was duo to tho physical work necesappointees. as now written. She discussed in an "but I shall work for Harding. Wo- sary for the completion of tho treaties "He secured tho passage of a law Impassioned manner, 'the sections men can not afford to support', what for signature. Tired by more than five days and nights of almost 'contaking from the peoplo tho right to most dangerous to the United Statos, Cox stands for." stant work, M. Joffo looked extremeelect school directors, and providing those that morally 'bind this Country ly palo, but his voice showed no for their appointment. to take overy mothers son, fit tor ' norvousness when he announced, "He amended tho tax law by remov military duty, to Europe or elsewhere OHIO COUNTY BOY ing tho debt limitations, debts of and whenever the League Council or SUPPORTS HARDING without rising that tho treaty had ' been completed and began, regarding; counties and municipalities havo been governing authority might so doclde increased by millions, and the people and demand. Tho Inequality of re- Opposed To Democratic Methods And the Russian text. Th,o head of tho Soviet delegation Onc-Mn- n aro having serious trouble to raise presentation was also assailed, she Rule. descrlbod tho Riga peace as "a peaca showed how the smallest Nation money to pay Interest charges." Thero aro many other reasons signatory to the covenant was equal Mr. Jesse H. Barnes, for somo tlmo Without victory and without vanwhich the leaguo promises to mako to the United States In voting power past a resident of Now Philadelphia, quished" In a brief address beforo tho public. It ends its statement with and how that Great Britain with hor Ohio, a former Hartford and Ohio signature of the treaty. That tho Riga agreement accurate! Colonies had six times the voting County boy who was reared a Demothese words: '"Theso reasons warrant our appeal power of this Nation. She strongly crat, In a letter to tho Editor of thl3 ly n3 lt appeared to disinterested onpeace of givo and o voters ot tho United States to sup-po- it objected to and produced splendid paper gives somo of his reasons for, looker?. It was a Senator Harding for Die presi- argument against tho United States lining up behind Harding for Presi- take, which those who havo followed dency." standing sponsor with her best blood dent. By his consent wo imblish tho tho course of events fear will not be very popular either with the Bolsho-vl- kl and trecsuro for tho boundary lines communication: or tho Polos. land political integrity of tho various ATTEND CONGRESS So many Editor .Republican: V ST. LOUIS, MO. Nations parties to the covenant. The But lt undoubtedly Is a triumph Tor vomers have asked mo why Democratic two- - chairmen who mado jt, and Speaker stressed tho fact that a cer I am for" Harding Just because I tho Messrs. C. P. Ausln, of Beaver tain class were holding, or saying that havo had my fill ot tho Democratic the spirit of concillatlonwlth which, Dam, Jsmca H. Williams and son. only by explicit art!on of Congress party. Mr. Palmer who promised to they handled the explosive questions Goo-- : go Dudley, of this place, loft yescould the Nation's sons bo called to reduce the cost ot living has con- that disrupted tho Minsk conference terday for St. Louis, Ma, where thoy war, but while that might technically spicuously failed. In tho Stato ot is likely to win for them the gratiworld. go to nttond a Cdngrcss' of tho be truo, yat when we. becomo a par- Ohio wo had to thumblo out 32 cents tude of a The Riga armistice will put tho ty to tho Leaguo that it is an agreed for a pound of sugar and $6.00 to of Christ. The Congress is to bo in session a week or contract and as morally binding as $7.00 for a 'bushel of potatoes. I Bolshevik! at peace with all their moro and altqgother thoy wlU oln possible to bind and that no hono3t wonder If tho citizens In my old home Baltic- neighbors within 144 h6urs r nation would or could con-sld- tjiftte ot Kentucky had to pay such from midnight tonight and leavo tho tho Missouri City about ton days.,,,- - J peronr-otheir bond more binding than exorbitant prices, if they did I won Wrangel movement as tho only groat t HARTFORD BAPTISTS their word and thnt action of Con- der If tho voters thought the cost Of i 'Htary operation against tho Soviets. M. Jotfo called attention to tho TO HAVE REVIVAL gress would bo only a mere matter of living had been reduced. maiiy difficulties oncountered In arform, and compliance with the edicts It's time for a changd and I thank Tho public Is cordially invited to of the League authorities our bouud-atton- d God it is near ar it 13. I want to soo ranging tho armistice and also to manner in which tho tho services of our ovangells- - 'on duty from which the Country could Senator Harding elected because ho is delegations carried tic campaign, beginning October 22nd ' and would not escape In short her a. self-maczt,Uio negotiaman, simple in his life, I nt 7 p. m. point was that tho best way out was earnest, sincere and human. Best lov- tions. Ho also oxpres3cd the beliet tho foundation has' been laid for This meeting will bo conducted by:'to remain free and not go In. ed and thougUUof when best known. that a permanent peace, as both nations Evangelist T. T. Martin and his co- -l Mrs. Haswe.ll has beon having good I like Harding because ho dodges worker, Bro. Couch. Bro. Couch. audiences at all of her appolntmonts nothing and stands like a stone wall arc absolutely tired ot war and, unresponsibility for will arrive Friday 22nd, and will take 'and much interest has been shown at for Anforica's rights. Ho Is" n willing to assume full charge ot services till Bro. Martin all points. Sho wllL complete her supports what his continuing tho strife. regular, 8 arrives. Bro. Couch Is an excellent tour tomorrow afternoon ,at Fords- - party stands Tor, 'acts with and is subFIRE DESTROYS PROPERTY preacher and gospel singer, Bro. ville. ot tho majority, missive to tho will Martin is tho grcatost evangelist in and under him there will be no one-ma- n During the night of last Thursday GOVERNOR COX PASSES tho Southern Baptist Convention.rule In Washington. tiro destroyed the brick residence adLe.t us havo your presence, your THROUGH OHIO COUNTY Yours truly, jacent to Boaver Dam, known ns tho prayers and your full In J. H. BARNES, Sowders place, by tho very old resicampaign. special train bearing Governor this The 334 N. Brondway St., perhaps it was known as the Dr. James M, Cox passed through Ohio RUSSELL WALKER, Pastor. O. dent New Philadelphia, Coloman residence, it having been erected some fifty years ago by tho late Dr. J, S. Coleman. For a conSCHOOL FORDSVILLE THK EXHIBIT ON TODAY siderable period tho burned property was decidedly the most valuable residence within Ohio County. Number of Schools Taking Hurt In- Flro also destroyed two residences nurr--s Success Of Tho Fuir In Rockport last week, that ot ClarIn Two Days' Meet. ence Duvall and E. P. Chlnn, tho lat-te- r's dwelling was burned because oC ' The enterprising peoplo of Fords-vlll- e the nearness of the Duvall property. and vicinity, under auspices of the Fordsvllie High School, have, com- REV, FUQUA RECEIVES pleted arrangements by which they CALL BY COOL SPRINGS TBIGERTHA E -- JL 1111 ff I begin a two days' school fair at Fordsvlllo, toddy. Contests in educa Rev. R. E. Fuquo, of this place, tional, Industrial and athlotlc Hne3 are has been called by the Congregation numerous, and In as much as so many of tho Cool Springs Baptist Church, ' rural schools have Joined tho en- as pastor for tho ensuing year. Rev. terprise keen and Interesting compe- Fuqua has accepted the call and will titions aro most certain to bo much bcommenco his pastorate by filling tho pulpit thoro tomorrow and Sunday at in evidence. Tho school fair is no new thing for 11 o'clock a. m. The third Saturday Fordsvlllo, as that coumunlty has and Sunday of each mqnth are to be staged an exhibition ot this character the regular dates at this point. COX DESERTED BY MRS. HASWELL DOES DEMOCRATIC LEAGUE CREDIT TO CAUSE ro ht bo-co- e whon-proper-I- y bes -- W es ar aRe-publlca- ' 1 soul-winni- MUD GUN ?l W during the past three years, If memory serves tho writer correctly, and INFANT DIBS , each has been a success. The bringing ot so many pupils and others together In friendly and neighborly competition is of valuo rather hard to estimate, ambition to secure a, coveted prize not merely for the ot the premium offered, because lt denotes recognition o( but (individual worth, merit, ana ei-- I fort, it you please. Chester, the 11 months old son oC Chester Ross, of Equality, died Monday, after being 111 through the greater portion of .Its. short life. The remalnswere burled at Equality Tuesday afternoon, Fua-era- lv services were conducted by Rev. R. E. Fuqua, assisted by Rev. Sanders ', of Centertown. Mr. and Mrs, mm lift Jlil tMIK Vid ILE AUTOMO BILE October 16 OWBNSBORO, KENTUCKY FAIR GROUNDS l 1 October 16 Entries: faarmon, Hudson, Essex, Stephens, Buick, Overland, Chevrolet, Dodge and Ford. Purse $1,000.00. Admission $1 including war tax. No extra charge for grandstand or parking space. 2:30 P. M. Saturday, Oct. 16. OWENSBORO AUTOMOBILe'dEALERS ASSOCIATION. IXCOIM'OKATKI) tronago staggering to the Imagina- quallfy them for any place. His rea- G. O. I. SENATORS TO HE ELECTED IX WEST tion. Ho consulted but a very few. soning to this end is easy to underNever In tho history of the Presldon- - stand. As ho was to decide everycy has there been such seclusion from thing and as each official however Washington, Oct t9. Senator SAYS Congressional and Senatorial confer- high was to do his hiddin.j In every- George Southerland, who formerly' ence and association. Ho nelthor had, thing, loyalty and obedlnco wore tho represented Utah In tho upper houso, nor sought, that information which only two essential traits In any of- has Just made a survey of tho West Jealousy Of Power Narrow comes by absorption through fre- ficer. from Marlon where he returns to bo m. quent contact with those charged with Senator Harding during the Partisanship Cause Of An ARrccnWc Surprise. legislative campaign. with the Failure "About three years ago when I was government. When Running over a list ot the Western branches of the in his opinion he needed legislation suffering from a sovoro cold on my states, Sdnntor Sutherland said ihnt to strengthen his hand, ho asked lungs and coughed most of the time Washington, Oregon, Idaho WyomWashington, October 11 Execu-tlv- o for it and he did not brook refusal night and day, I tried a bottlo of ing, North and South Dakota and usurpation under President Wil- and crisis made his demand impera- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and Wisconsin will bo found In tho son Is portrayed by former President tive. He did not tolerate argument. was surprised at the promptness with column. Contests will It William H. Taft in a statement In He wished to hear no facts lnconsls- - which It gave mo relief," writes Mrs. waged in Nevada and Utah, with 'ho which he declares that the war with tentVith the 'theory of his conclu- - James Brown, Clark Mills, N. Y. Ma- chances favoring tho Republicans. Germany was won in spite of tho pres- - sjon Ho would have about him only ny another has been surprised and Montana probably will go Democratic, pleased with tho prompt relief af- tho claims nro being mndo by tbe Re' ent Chief Executive. Ho says: those who agreed In advance. m publicans that they will c.trry that "Presidential elections usually pre i HTho envammont rif thn TTnHprl forded by this remedy. m sent as the chief Issue a vote of con- - 'States Is a great , business organlza- State. In Illinois there Is a hud fight liuuuuu ur a ivuiti. m n iu mo u tlon, which cannot bo carried on by AIIMY SEEKS 5,000 IlECKUITS between tho Lowden and Thompson ministration Just retiring. This year the will of one man. Good executive factions, but nhlle that mayhavevlfs Notwithstanding the claim that all effect upon tho state elections, It wilt the main issue Is and must be the ap- management requires that the Chief army peace time records were brok- - not provent the Republicans from proval or tho disapproval of Mr. Wilshall select as his main subordinates son's policies. In such an Issue tho men in whose ability, judgment, and en In the last three months, an ex-- ! sweeping the state for Harding nnd tensive recruiting campaign Is being Coolldgo, according to Senator Suthpersonal equation of Mn Wilson Is loyalty ho has such confidence that the chief factor. Only by under- - ho can entrust to them all his pow- - j conducted In tho newspapers and ma- erland. In Colorado tho Republicans elnnrltniv Hint nnn nnn unflnratnnrl gazines of tho country. About 95,000 have an excellent chance of ivinuing ers In the fields respectively assigned what his administration did and did ti, ., soie niiimiuou mut. I recruits are needed and approximate- not only the elcctorlal votes, but ali 10 iiiem, wun me ly ?240,000 will be spent for this pub-- l so n Senate soat now held by the not do. when they think they need his coun- llcity "work. Following a survey ot Democrats. "No man since tho timo of Jack- cjiii Vi i o in o I a h I ti a a P en tn m nl o t nl v sel or guidance, they will consult him. recruiting conditions It was ddter-- I delegates his powers, XEW PRICE HASIS FOR MAIL tho sole representative of his party Unless he thus exercised efficiently mined to advertlso In publications of thoy cannot be According to complaints filed by as Mr. Wilson. Ho came Into power and with needed dispatch. If he holds the widest circulation. One reason in 1913, largely because tho oppos- his chief subordinates In leash so that advanced for the difficulty In obtain- olectrlc railway companies thruout ing men for tho army is the fact that country, which claimed they wore ing party was split. Ho was a miImportant un- when tho A. E. F. was In Europe a the nority President. The Republicans they are to do nothingspeedy not getting a fair return on mall serthey consult him, and ef- general order was Issued prohibiting vice rendered, tho Interstate had been in office for sixteen years. til fective governmental action becomes privates from associating with army The number of appointments to bo commission has established a made, by him was groaler than at any impossible. Every important decision or Red Cross nurses, which privilege, spaco basis system similar to that on of utility essence Is however, was Indulged In by officers. tho steam roads. It has fixed schetime In the country's history. He was in which time the must accomplishment then bo de- It Is objectod by tho men that no dules of payment which arc held to bo Jncksonian In distribution of his pa- and bo con- shall tronage. Twenty-fiv- e American wishes - lo Just. hundred nomi- - layed until tho Chief opportunity to an c, Tho maxifeel that ho is an outcast. nations of his predecessor had been ,llted' ,shn'1 1avf All you who have torpid liver, weak suspended by a Democratic majority uscuriiuil luu lui'is, mm man ui ma mum strength of tho army should bo It is impossible, 297,000 under preson tschedule. digestion or constipated bowels look Sn thft SAnfn fnr.thfi nnrnnsp nf Rtnrt- - mind and decide. the Chief oven ,n tlmo ot Peace' out for chills. Tho season is hero ing his administration well. All these knoA enough to dec do and the air Is full of the disease germ. circumstances created great cohesion Executive to Catarrh Cannot Be Cured ana " VJlth LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they The best thing to do is to get your In the party and vested the head of gov cannot reach the scat ot the disease. liver In good condition and purify iho administration with unusual pow tudinous questions arising In tho Catarrh Is a local disease, greatly Ineminent. His heads of departments fluenced by constitutional conditions, and ' tho stomach and bowels. IIERQINE er and prestige. must take nn in order to cure other principal subordinates internal remedy. it you Catarrh Medi- is tho right rem'edy, it answers tho Hall's "Mr. Wilson Is a man who thinks andni limtA i il annn .. lint fllctpatlntl fr cine is taken Internally snd actsotthru purposo completely. Price COc. Sold C1 i"ual- "",D ," the I much of his power and is jealous of on tho mucous surfaces uujui the blood Medicine was m an attempt to weaken It. His admin- - ueciue lor momseives wiiui no finally syctem. Hall'o Catarrh best physicians by Ohio County Drug Co. prescribed by one of tho o-- a. d ?o.fMnn la full nf tnntnnnna in vhlfVl to see and what they must in this country for years. It Is insulting him ot of Bomn of the best tonics known, MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. thp best ho has sought to ond tho official lives rtls"so f wlthut ty tor uch combined with somo of combinationblood Ia t,lne " purifiers. Tho perfect of Congressmen and Senators who rule of administration is even tnore the ingredients In Hall's Catarrh Medi-of C. W. Morgan, Plaintiff. cine Is what produces such wonderful vs. Notice would not conform to his Ideas of results in catarrhal conditions Send for A. W. Morgan, Defendant. legislative measures and pollitcal pol- - 'mporativo. leslimonlnls. free. By virtue of a Jpdgment and order Mr. Wilson's retention of authori- - F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props.. ToledosO. icy. His lack of hesitation in such Ail DruKKtets. 75e. ot salo entered in the above styled acHall's Family Pills for constipation. crented a party discipline which ty was at variance with this sound cnBos tion at tho July, 1920 term of the Onlo Circuit Court, dliecting iro to added much to his completo com- oxeoutivo policy. He must hold all any A3IEKICAXS IX UXIFOKM ?ell tho hereinafter described proper mand. Although the platform upon the r'.ins. He could not trust IIAIUIED 15Y SWITZERLAND ty for the purpose of paying cortiln which ho was first elected declared ons to, act for him. Tho result was bequeaths made Ir the will of Isibell a single term, it did not embar- seeiiiln the exasperating delays In the for Morgan, $475.00 to tho plain-ror tno war, in mo many The American army at Coblenz has tiff in this action with Interest there- I rass him with his party In tho slight- - preparations ti been notified that tho Swls3 govern- on at tho rate qf C per cent per annum st, and ho was nominated for a.s.-c-- makeshflt devices to put off, tho cesslty for final decision, and In the ment has withdrawn Us pormlBslon from May 7, 1917 until paid, alRo to orm w.thout a question. T. F. Tanner, et al., tho sum of $242.-0"Had tho European war not broken method by which policies were form-o- for American soldiers to enter SwitInterest thereon at Since tho of 0 with cent per annum fromtho rate not by executive leadership, but zerland while In uniform. In 1914,' it is very probable I hat ed, per May 7, soldiors aro not permitted to travel 1917, until paid, and the costs of this tho tariff bill for which ho was re- - ly pressure of events and public would have so injured tho Ion which pushed his administration In civilian clothing tho action ot the action and cost of this sale, I will ofgovernment amounts to practical ex- fer for salo at public outcry to tho buslnoss of tho country that he would Jn'o them. highest and at "It was tho American people, with clusion. It has been tjie practice of houso door Inbest biddor Ky tho court hvo been defeated in 1910 Tho cam- on MonHartford, the' effect their enormous capacity for energetic many soldiers on leavo to visit Swit- day Nov. 1, 1920, (It being tho first palgn of 1914 because of ny ap- - zerland. day of the regular term of tho Ohio , of tho tariff resulted In Republican action, who won this war. A short time beforo this action tho County Court), at about tho hour of vJctories In many States, Indicating "ointment of merely advisory com- one o'clock p. m upon a credit of tho strengthening of tho Regugar mittees. without any power, to assist Swiss federal council decided not to six and twelve months, tho following Ills mediocre executive officers, Mr. allow tho transit of arms and muni- described real estate: organization Republclan and tho A Interest In a tract of weakening ot tho Progre3.sIvo dofec- - Wilson thought ho could uso tho men tions over Swiss territory. The al Hon. But tho enormous demand, who had made Amorlca famous for lies wanted to send war supplies to land In Ohio County, Ky containing 90 acres lying on tho waters of Bar-netcaused by tho war, for everything genius in organization and executive the aid of the Poles but the Swiss aro Creek and bounded on tho was tho public so Jealous of their sovereignty and by the lands of Mllllgan Bros., East accomplishment. It produced on tho farm. In tho mines, aid and In tho factory, and the complete .Pressure, arising after many fallurps neutrality that they blocked tho plan. J B. Mullican; on tho South by the g lands of Robert Rowan nnd Willi dolays, which disappearance ot competition by Eu-Heflln, on the West by the lands of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Of n omiiitrtPu Pronto.l H ni'nqnnrllv brought these Capable CaptaillS rnnnn WH. W.VHN.U VJ'W... Chariot and John Price; on tho t'.w.w..W This remedy Is Intended especially every by tho lands of Fred Johnson which made the threatening hard railroads and industries into croup and whoop- North coughs, colds, end Mllllgan Bros. times of 1914 nothing but a memory, z" of governmental activity, and for cough. ing From a small beginning Also a one-haInterest In 130 acre and put tho Democratic party on Its N'lally letl t0 thelr securing power enough to do tho things which had Its sale and use has extended to all tract of land lvlnir and belnir in Ohio loot again to fight tho battle of 1916. parts ot tho United States and to County, Ky., on tho waters of Bar- nott s Creek and bounded as follows: That contest was a close ono, but to ,)0 llono and t0 achieve the results many foreign This alono countries. Bounded on tho East by the lands, Mr. Wilson won it on tho slogan. of wh,cn Americans aro so proud. Is enough to convince no that It Is a of Frank Riley; on tho West by the In tho Middle and the TUo war was won not tnru tUo lMder- most effective moro than ordinary merit. lands of James Hintdn; on the North spito of nodiclno Far West, and among tho women vo- ship" of Mr. Wilson, but In principle Give it a ot trial and you will find this by the lands ot John Salmon, and on Kept Us Out Of War." tho fundamentally wrong tore "Ho thp South by Llvermore and Maxm well public the whIch he srudglngly delegated tho to be the case. road. within little moro than a month e. The purchaser will bo required to nltor ho took office under his second nowerB vestetl ,n h,m by the execute bonds immediately after salo tltlon an bv the 'ost l,boral war we had declared war. with security to be approved by the FOR FLETCHER'S "But for our entering the war, Mr. legislation. Commissioner in equal Installments, duo in six and twelve months, bearing "This same purposo to direct peWll&on's control over hlu party as intorestiat the rate ot 6 per cent per t rils second administration wore on sonally important action of all kln.U annum. Said bonds to haye the force TAXES! TAXES ARE DUEI woulfl have grown woaker. This Is xplalns Mr. Wilson's apparent imilf-th- e and effect of a Judgment. A lion will Your 1920 tax bill has been placed be retained on the land sold to furthusual rosult. Hut tho war re- - forouce to tho special fitness of many quired hoth Democrats and Republl- - of his appointees to fill tho offlclea wltti us for collection. Please call at er secure the purchase price. Givon under my hand this tho 9th cans to give him an arbitrary dls- - tor which ho chose them. It was only tho office and get your's. day W October, 1920. S. A. IJRATCIIER, In the carrying on of colossal necessary that thoy should be loyal crotjon OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. ,. Sherltf Ohio County. , J. S, Glenn, J. P, Sandefur, Attys. transactions, and an amount ot pa- - to him and subscribe to his views to WILSON A DICTATOR ! nn .,.,.,, making claim for expenditures incurred through Idloncss of her crows In charges Now York nnd demurrage Diplomatic negotiations aro going based on British sailing schcdulo on between tho American and British which had been announced. Tho governments rcgnrdlng the Impcrator shipping board claims tfiat allocation nnd six other former German liners of tho ships to this country was which .were nllocated to this country to bring our soldiers back from 4 n'fter the war. Tho allied shipwo woro ping commission, on which not represented, decided that tltlo to FOR FLETCHER'S tho ships should go to Great Britain. Accordingly British crews were sent to Now York, where they waited for Hlllou.MUfi.1, Constipation. tho release of tho vessels by the U. S. lldigc-itlnChamberlain's Tablets havo restorshipping board. Tho United States has nover recognized tho rulings of ed to health nnd happiness hundreds tho allied commission, but when tho who woro afflicted with Indigestion, matter was referred to resident Wil- biliousness nnd constipation. If you son tho ships wore delivered to are troubled In this way glvo thorn a Great Britain pending decision of trial. You aro certain to bo pleased m Britain Is for they will benefit you. Now Great ownership. DISPUTE OVER GERMAN SHIPS Eu-ro- Children Ory n, CASTORIA IS YOUR HEALTH 0BAO0ALLY Interesting Experience of Women Knew SLIPPINO? That if More 1 i a Texas Lady Who Declares Ahout Cardui They Would Be Spared Much Sickness Mrs. V. M. Pcden, the following-Interes- t ing account of how she recovered her strength, havinc; realized that she was jctually losing her health: "Health is the greatest thing in the world, and when you feci that gradually dipping away from you, you cerlainly sit up and take notice. That is what I did somi time ago when 1 found myself in a condition of very nervous, run-dohealth. I was so tired and felt so lifeless 3 could hardly go at all. J'I was just no account for work. I woid get a bucket of water ami would feel so weak I would have to set it down oeforc I felt like I could lift it to the shelf. In this condition, of course, to do even my housework was a task almost impossible to accomplish. "I was . . . wxvous and easily udsc Navasota, Texas. of thisplace.relatcs and Worry. com-mor- "red-bloode- i.- fr rB' - v"!" '"" 1 XT - com-pose- , I couldn't rest well at night and was . . . just lifeless. "I heard of Cardui and after reading I decided I had some female trouble that was pulling me down. I sent for Carduj and began it. . . , "In a very short while after 1 begin the . Cardui Home Treatment I saw an improvement and it wasn't longunlillwn all right goal appetite, splendid rest, and much stronger so tint I'easily did my house work. "Later I took a bottle of Cardui as aO tonic. I can recommend Cardui and gladly do so, for if more women knew, it would save a great deal of worry and sickness." The enthusiastic praise of thousands of other women who have found Cardui helpful should convince you that it is worth trying. All druggists sell it. J 75 iHHHHHEKS!5X3HHOH9K2 3SGBZEK2BMSKJ xCmrtKaUX" - to-w- lt, no-on- ut 0, gor jnfanto and Children. opin-sponslb- lo iSpDRlii Mothers Know Tiial Genuine IsMiiB ,.., 1 .AlGOHOL-- 3 1 .... TER CENT. ,j; ', Gastoria ' AVc2ciablcftcparau'on6rAs one-fourt- h ts ''t53S 5 V tesM t ImlthcStomacaS im!lntinlhcrcod by RegUl- and Uovrctsofy Always Bears the Wi TltcrcbylVomoUniDKcsuW Cheerfulness anuKcsivoauuB nplthw ()nlum.MorpMnc nor. Signature of heart-breakin- nl Vy ?5 i-1 -- St 5"? MnerniyroTNAHGOiic, XciptatowzsimLrawi Senna IxAiVtSilto ..... , lf KSS ckfSfii ChnttJSijir &trrf 'IMl (liraW I Pnr In Ii ' && BstSsi WW JBA kS.ftol elf .. AhclpfulRcmedyfor r!s.nci tnntinn nml Diarrhoea and Fcvcrishness and j incc op Sleep . fr m Use For Over v . resMUngltoreffOT-inlnfaflcy- 't Facsimile Sijnatureot JUECEKrACTlCoHPJOO; Constl-munilat- Ohildren Ory CASTOR' A ;'!e; J. r. n 55,0? KSf&l : w NEW Uv :i. w Mm iii Li4!:iiuiiflI fcl 111 'BXEIEjKISyiPIB TUimi Thirty Years RTVRi CASTORIA f Exact Copy of Wrapper. 7ft & li- - TOLEDO WOMAN HAS GAINED 27 POUNDS Was Restored To Health 3 Years Ago By Tanlac And Still Feels Fine. " Ono of tho latest to testify to tho morlu of Tanlac Is Mrs. Qeorgo Korns, of 710 Western Avonuo, Toledo, Ohio, who In a recent statement roportod n gain of twenty-sovo- n pounds andjBald that nlthough It has been thrcoljoars now slnco tho medl-cln- o restored hor health and built her up so wonderfully, she is still feeling fine. "I hnvo tho host of reasons," said Mrs. Kerns, "for saying that Tanlnc hnB rent merits for It hns been three years slnco It rellovcd mo of my troubles and built mo up so wondorfully, and I am still enjoying good health. "For nearly two years beforo I took Tanlac I had suffered from stomach trouble and disordered kidneys. My pains, nt times, were almost unbearable and while I tried ever so many different kinds of medicine nothing did mo any good. I had no appetite scarcely and what littlo I did manage to cat only mado trouble for mo. My back and sides pained mo constantly and I had fallen off until I was hard ly nioro than a frame. "When I started on Tanlac I only weighed ninety-eigpounds and Just felt perfectly awful. Hut I hnd not been taking it very long when I began to feci better and when I got on the scales after finishing my seventh bottle I found I had actually gained 27 pounds, having gone up to ono hunMy stomach dred and twenty-five- . and kidneys have never troubled mo in tho least slnco that time. In fact. I hnvo enjoyed the best of health all tho while. My husband nnd littlo son havo beon complaining of being run down and no appetito this wlntor. but after taking Tanlnc tho results are they aro both wondorfully Im- proved. It Just seeni3 that my son can't get enough to cat and Is simply bubbling over with new life nnd energy. Wo all think thero Is no medicine liko Tanlac. It has been such a grent benefit to tho whole family that I nover expedt to be without a bottle in tho house." Tanlac is sold In Hartford by Dr. L. B. Bean, in Horso Branch by Olaton Drug Co., In Rockport by Jnmes Browning, In Cromwell by Wallace & Porter, In Beaver Dam by R. T. Taylor Jr., r.nd In McIIcnry, by S. J. TIchcnor. Advertisement. ht which apply to a shell going thru ar mor pinto are tho same as those con cerncd in the ordlnnry engineering process of punching holes. Tho Interest of this problem Is suggested by tho fact that n candle fired liko a bullet will go right thru a wooden board without changing shape. Another striking fact Is that a plato must exert 60,000,000 horse power In order to stop n shell at a rango of ten miles Thl4 enormous power is exerted only for ono of a second, but In thnt short spaco the plato docs horso powmore than a thirty-thre- e er onglno can do in nn hour, Many results of great scientific and engineering Interest havo boon attained by tho author of this paper, who 'has worked out an entirely now theory of what happens when a projectile drives a holo thru solid steel. " lC-inth 1HHIHMBbbHHhmhb!HI9E8HIIBBC!3HSRIK I 12-ln- ch FORDSON TRADE MARK WW Farm Tractor J I M IB surgeons ngrco that In cases of Cuts, Iiurns, Bruises and Wounds the First Treatment Is most important. When an efficient antiseptic is appli ed promptly, thero is no danger of infection nnd tho wuond begins to heal at once. For uso on man or beast, Dorozono is tho Ideal Antiseptic and Healing Agent. Buy it now nnd be ready for nn emergency. Prlco 2Gc, G0c, $1.00 and ?1.50. Sold by m Ohio County Drug Co. FOK SALE. 20,000 feet of boxing lumber, 8 nnd 10 feet long. About 2,000 feet of .dimension lumber. Prlco $2.50 and $3.00. Homo phone No. 10. J, B. YORK, Olaton, Ky. The Fordson Tractor was made to meet the demands and necessities of the every- dressing for flesh A valuablo wounds, burns, scnlds, old sores, rash, chafed skin, is Ballard's Snow Liniment, it Is both healing nnd nntlscp-tlPrlco 25c, 50c nnd $1.00 per bottle Sold by Ohio County Drug Company. m c. o- - MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE i N Ohlo Circuit Court. Annlo E. Hill, ct al.. Plaintiffs. vs. Notice of sale. Irene Maddox Jones, et al., Defendant. By virtue of a Judgment and order of salo of the Ohio Circuit Court rendered at Its September term, 1920, In the above styled action, directing mo as Commissioner of said court to sell the hereinafter described land for tho purpose of paying tho cost of the above styled action and tho cost of this sale, and dividing the balance of tho proceeds amang the parties entitled thereto as their respective interests may appear, I will offer for salo at public outcry to the highest and best bidder nt the court house door in Hartford, Ohio County, Ky., on Monday, November 1st, 1920, (It bolng tho first day of tho regular November term of tho Ohio County e Court) at about tho hour of one o'clock p. m., upon a credit of six and twelve months, the following-describeFOR FLETCHER'S real estate: Beginning at a stone the S. E, corner of lot No. 1, known as tho Sa BLUE GRASS LAND rah Maddox land deeded to her by l'JUCKS ON DECLINE Robert Southard; thence east 3 poles to a stone on tho North side of tho Hartford and Rockport road and tho Paris, Ky., Oct, 9. A feeling of N. E corner of tho Davo sntvieys uneasiness is prevailing here among lot; thence N. 60 E. 13 poles with farmers and others who during tho Jho Hartford and Rockport road; E. 18 poles with said past two yoars have paid high values thenco N. 72 N. 72 E. 28 poles to a road; thenco for farming lands and aro now trying stone on the North side, of said road; to disposo of their holdings. It Is thenco N. 126 poles to tho South bank of high prices has of tho Louis Creole to ono beech and that tho said been reached and that tho prices for swcot gum; thenco down stone, creek N. a. with Its moanderlngs to a land is now rapidly doclinlng. corner of lot No. 1 of Robert South219 acres ard's land; thenco S, 102 poles to the The J. P. Millett farm of which was purchased about two years beginning excepting however from said boundary of land a small porago by Newton Bishop from J. M. sold by E. Harrison Madfor $405 por acre, was offer- tion thereof dox to Oscar Wade on April 22, ed at public sale this afternoon, and 1905, a small portion thereof sold by withdrawn after tho bidding had E. Harrison Maddox to George H. porreached $280 and stopped thero. Fri- Bennett on May 28, 1906; and a Madthereof sold by E. Harrison o farm of Mrs. John tion to day, tho ' Flora Bratcher, November 25, dox J. McClintock was offered for salo 1908, leaving approximately thirty the highest bid-d- acres of Bald boundary of tho land and was withdrawn, offering only $215 per acre. The owned and held by said plaintiffs and highest price for which Bourbon dofendanta. Tho purchaser will bo required to County land could be rented today oxecuto bonds immediately after sale ' was $7.50 por aero. w4th security to bo approved by the Many attributed tho decline to tho commissioner, to havo tho force and payable in six bad condition of tbo present tobacco effect of a Juugmont, bearing Interest and twelve months, crop and tho slump in prices in other at tho rate of C per cent por annum tobacco markots, which it Is thought from dnte until paid. A Hen will be retained on tho land sold to further will havo a depressing effect here. of in on sent to hospitals was about secure tho payment of said bonds. a Given under my hand this tho Cth 266,000. Constipation. day of October, 1920. tTho beginning of almost overy so- OTTO C. MARTIN, M. O. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. you If Tlous disorder is constipation. Attorneys. mS ; want to enjoy good health keep ypur Ohio Circuit Court. When the chest feels on fire and bowels regular. This is best accomH. A. Baird, et al, On Petition. plished by proper diet and exorcise, tho throat burns, you have Indigesvs. Notice of sale. By virtue of a judgment and order but sometimes a medicine is noeded tion, and you need HERBINE to got Ohio Circuit Court, enis the case you will rid of tho disagreeable feeling. It of sale of tho September, 1920 term, and when that digested food, tered at its badly find Chamberlain's Tablets aro excel- drives out in the above styled action, directing lent. They are mild and gentle in strengthens tho stomach and puriflos me as Master Commissioner of tho by tho Ohio Circuit Court, to sell the herethoir action, easy nnd pleasant to tho bowels. Prlco 60c. Sold m inafter described laud for the pur-po- w tako. Give them a trial. They only Ohio County Drug Co. of paying tho co.ts of this action m cost a Quarter. together with the cost of this sale, ' CAS TOOK LARGE AVAR TOLL ms nnd dividing the balance 3t the pro', CANDLE SHOT THRU WOOD ceeds among the parties entitled MARVEL OK HIGH SPEED I It Is stated by the war department therolo as their respective interests that gas disabled 99,000 American i may appear, I will offer for salo at public outcry to tho highest .and best London, Oct. 9. Thoughts of tho soldiers, which waB greater than any bidder at the court house door In .,,., uw.u, o.,.b.v uv..v,, m,.i,wrf m ih Hartford, Ohio County, Kentucky, on ,..vboxing ring aro aroused by tho title 'I De- "The Laws of High Spoed Punching," war, comparatively iow gas cases Monday, November 1st 1920, lit No- by brought to the hospitals 'for treat- lng the first day of the regular which belongs to a paper proparod umo county Captain Tresldderi for the, British ment were fatal, Gunshot wounds ac vombor term of the hour of-- ono at about tho 85,000 shrapnel 40,000, Court), p. m., upon a crodlt of six War Office It deals however, wth counted for o'clock a more formidable kind of straggle, rlflo balls 23,000, sheila 21,000. hand. and twelve months the following depistol ballB 267, bay- scribed real estate, lying and being as U investigates what happens when grenades 1,200; onets 245, falling objects. 193, aerial In Ohio County, Ky., and bounded a proJectHe pierces armor plating as follows: More than a military Interest at bombs 150, cutting and piercing InFirst tract: Beginning at two as Captain struments 140, airplanes 88, crush- - nonlars. white oak and dogwood on taches to this question, Trealdder has found that ttie laws Jlng 85, sabor 14. The total qumbor tho line of A. Barnett'8 2000 acre Children Cry CASTO R A day American'farmer. It was made with the thought that it was the necessity of the man of forty acres as well as the man with one thousand acres. It was made not only v for plowing, harrowing, discing, drilling, seeding, mowing, reaping, but for all other work on the farm where power is necessary. It was made to bring conveniences to the 'fanner's home as well as for the cultivation of his fields. It was made to furnish power for the cream separator, silo filling, cutting feed, sawing wood, furnishing power for milking, washing, supplying the house with running water, electric lights, and the hundred and one things on the farm. It was made to do all this economically and in a reliable way. It was made to be the big profitable servant on the farm. And it has not failed in any of the expectations had for it. It has been tested as no other tractor has been tested. It has been proyen reliable and can furnish proofs impossible to any other Tractor. It has done these things not only in America, but in, Europe, Asia, Africa, and in the Islands of the Seas. It has met successfully the demands of fanners in every part of the civilized world. Therefore, the Fordson Tractor can meet all the conditions of your farm. WKen you buy a Fordson, you are not buying any experiment you are buying a servant and for you that you can depend upon absolutely from the first day you put a money-makto work. It is easy to understand. It possesses all the power you want. It is more it flexible than you imagine. It will help you cultivate every foot of ground you have, and eveiy day in the year you will find use for it on the farm. Its appeal to the farmthe wide variety of work it can do. er is in its dependable service-an"We'd like every fanner that reads this, if he hasn't a Fordson Tractor already, to come to us and let us sell him one, Let us demonstrate its powers, its values, on your own farm. Let's get into details power, reliability, economy. While the sale of a g Tractor gives us a small profit, the purchase of a Tractor to the fanner means a servant every day for years. So the sale of a Fordson means more to the purchaser than it does to us We are arguing for your good, Mr. Farmer. Come in and talk it over. Your time against ours. "It is worth it. And remember, when you buy a Fordson Tractor, we are right here to keep that Tractor in reliable running condition eveiy day. You won't have to wait if anything should get out of order. We are right here to keep it right, because one of the conditions of the Fordson Dealer is that he must keep on ,Jiand always a complete supply of parts. This is a guarantee we don't believe you can get with any other farm Tractor: Come in. Let's talk it over. er d money-makin- ( d nTOaMS?!.' ft6"- - B ? sk-.K-i. evi-de- nt on 322-acr- or Dam BeaverBeaver Dam, Auto Co. Ky. survey and N. W. corner to J. B. Stev - ' East fork of Nocreek at a stone; secure tho payment of said bonds. Given under my nanu mis mo uiu W. 84 poles to a atono with the line of said sur, thonce N. 8G nna! then on tho line of Alex Barnett's 2000 day of October, 1920. 1 E. 62 polos to two sugar, voy N. OTTO O. MARTIN, acre survey; thence south with said trees and beech, S. E. corner to the lino to two beeches near tho bank of Master Commr. Ohio Circuit Court. John Lucas tract; thence with a line little Nocreok and East of tho Hawes-vill- o C. M. Crowo, Attornoy. thereof N. 89 W. 98 to a stone on the road; tho corner to land besouth hank of Nocreek; thence up queathed to W. L. Balrd's heirs by said creek with Its meanders to a James Baird, dee'd; thence, north stono on the line of J, H. Woodward; westerly In tho center of the'dwons- thenco with his line S. 89 E. 122 boro road to a small walnut on mo poles to a planted stone on tho said road and near tho Cause untold misery and 'Ullerlne. line of A. Barnett's 2000 acre sur- east side of said "HoiwucD is neeaieM 68 E. 89 vey; thence South with said line 16 foot of aa hill; thence N.of land beacta u quickly and surely on stone, cornor poles to ana uw Unhc too stoinacn poles to a stone; thenco E, 183 as in cues ot Steven's by James poles to a planted stone on James queathed to Jane96 poles to a stone; that common Baird; thence E. lorra. nasal . Barbour's line near, to which is mark- corner on Thomas Webb's lino; catarrh ed as corner trees, a white oak and with said lino to little double dogwood; thence with a line thenco south IN poles to a Nocreek, thence with meanders of of Barbour S. 9 E. 80 containcreek USE large poplar and beech on a branch said Elghty-sl- xto tho beginning, more or ing (86) acres, FlfTY YEARS of Nocreek; thenco down said branch less, except about 36 acres sol( to 8 W. 21 S. 34 W. 14 poles, S. Exercises' a soatb- leaving 50 acres more ncaliBtf oneciup- -i poles to three beeches on the west H. A. Baird J. W, Barnett mucous Ualnx. bank of tho branch and corner to J. or less. Deed from L. Baird Deed Relrhinff ifus. BOUf StOm- to i..7-- B. Stevens; thence with his line, west and wife page Samuel nll.... KO. UUIN. TWUllllUKi 270, Book 5, cramps, pains in ina 10 me Beginning, containing one nun- diarrhoea, constipaSaid tracts to be sold separately. drod sovonty-eJgand ono half tion aro all symptoms ot a catarrhal condition in tho except eleven acres The purchaser will be required to (178) acres, to A. organs of ditwUon. II. Baird and exocuto bonds Immediately after sale heretofore sold Don't sutler another day. acres sold to other par with socurlty to be approved by tho about 46 It Is noedlws and daaj(r ous. Twogonarstteosbavs ties, leaving In said boundary 121 Commissioner to have the lorce anu just tbo found acres, more or less. Deed from D. L, effect of a Judgment, payable in six medidno needed lor such disturbaseM, Barnett and wife to Samuel L. Baird : and. twelve months, bearing interest Sold Everywhere dated October 23rd, 1857 Deed Book at the rate of 0 per cent per annum Tablet. or Liquid Q , page, 43. 'from date until paid. A uen win ne Second tract: Beginning on the retained on the land sold to further ' Sumach Catahh , .. ., aoao-me- n, ht l's-ru-- (The Hartford Republican Published Weekly by HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY Incorporated W. S. TIXSMBY, Editor Manager. mid Htishu-frs fact hnt the organization known as LKiaBBBBBBBBBHBHBHBUSBBtBHBHMBBUHBH9BiHHaK tho 'Truo Doraocracy Loaguo of Ohio' composed or 65,000 to 70,000 Democrats, has decided to throw Its full strength to Senator Harding. They take this action as they say, because Cox Is too autocratic and dictatorial. 1 Entered according to law at the Jostofflco, Hartford, Ky., as mall satter of the second class. Address all communications to The Hartford Republican. NOTICE TO SUIJSCRUJERS Subscribers desiring tho paper sent o a new address must glvo the old address In making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c per line, and 8c per lino for each additional Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for each head lino and signautro, money In advance Church Notices for services free, but other advertisements, lc per word. will Anonymous communications recelvo no attention. TELEPHONES Farmers Mutual Cumberland papers, spellbinders i Democratic and others are saying great things of Col. Theodore Roosevelt, Sr , soft words and mountains of praise theyi have for tho deceased Jr., they havo but for Theodore, nothing but abuso and vile epithets. Tho younger Roosevelt Volunteered ! his services and fought for the Stars and Stripes and suffered serious wounds at tho hands of tho Huns. He Is highly educated, while a young man, yet a man of affairs, brim-fu- ll of action and intensely patriotic and withall conscientiously and unalterably opposed to tho League of and the election of Cox and tho other Roosevelt. The latter fact is answer and excuso sufficient for the bitter attacks and denunciation from the Democratic press, Cox ot al. Na-tl6- ns BILLIKEN SHOES The Wonder Shoe of Thel2Gth Century Theyjcannot pinch but sure to tickle. If children's feet could talk they would always call for i Give the Kiddies Feet a Treat BILLIKEN SHOES Our Contemporary carried a short speakItem on tho Roosevelt-Morro59 ing at this place, in which It said 123 that school dismissed for the occasion and the pupils, with a scattering at .OCTOBER 15 tendance of citizens from various OTUDAY parts of the County made up the auprotec-tio- n dience. The inferenco would natuREPUBLICAN TICKET. rally be that tho number of pupils predominated. Tho same paper in speaking of the five minute speech of Governor Cox at Beaver Dam last Friday says: "When tho train "bearing James M. Cox arrived in Beaver Dam last Friday afternoon the Governor was greeted by the cheering of thousands etc." It is our information that both the Hartford and Beaver Dam Schools dismissed, that tho pupils might be present at Beaver Dam. In our report of the attendance here, at the speaking above referred to, we took the estimate placed on the size of the audience, by . two reputablo Democrats, one of j For President whom stated' that four- thousand WARREN G. HARDING. would be more conservative than j i,Tor Vice President the number we gave. Of course, CALVIN COOLIDGE. , JIt makes no difference, only news Is U. S. Senator news, just like "pigs is pigs.' RICHARD P. ERNST. j For Congress LOUISVILLE MARKETS. ' JOHN P. HASWELL, JR. t Cattle WTeak market continues in heavy steers; few prime kinds offerMothers and fathers who do not steers wish to pledge their sons as hostage ed: medium and for the meets and bounds of almost badly neglected. Fair outlet catfor, good quality feeding and stocker every political division ot Europe, tle. Medium and plainer kinds neThomas and Tom Stevens, of Central IMPORTANT EVENTS tho fleetest bundle of horso flesh In ;;Asiaand Africa, should prepare to glected. Common trdshy stockers ' register their disapproval of Cox and City, have been trying to Induce him STRAY STREAKS FINALLY SETTLED ........ T,!.n,d po.rb"?s ,n n11 'ho to join some sort of an organization the League of foreign Nations on No- hard to dispose of at unevenly lower uuiii ui mo contesting rates. Fair eclearance noted. which they are daddylng and originatvember second. (By Fluke McFluke.) horses wero bred and born near Lex- Quotations: Prime heavy steers ing. Goodman says there is nothing Tho Champion Huso Hull Team And lngton, this State, each having been doing because he knows full well that Evidently Kentucky is deemed a $11.50 12; heavy shipping steers Rjuo IIoie Of America sold bofore training commenced. Sam What will we do now for a new worthwhile John and Tom would have nothing State by the Political $10.5011.50; medium steers $9.50 D. Riddle, of Pa., being tho owner & Tagged This Wed;. 10.50; light steers $S9.50; fat Bat to bat on? to do with any newfangled society Powers that be, or else she would not Man O' Wnr, while Commander J. K. cows $6.75 heifers $60)9.50; that did not have for Its chief workle so earnestly courted by the candi- 9.50; medium cows fat owns Sir Barton, Doc Dockery said that tater weighTho two most Important events of L Iloss of Cnnn $4.506.75; cuting tools a few feet of colled copper dates of the two leading parties, to ed four pounds. We wre'too proud the year 1920, from a sporting stand- uiu I'.uiuiuuie tor worm's Honors, de of the candidates ters $4(g)4.50; canners $3.504; Bay nothing wire attached to a boiling aparatus. feated by eight lengths. $7 10.25; of Doc and the tater to weigh after Besides J. I. avers that he Is on the point, were settled during tho pros-cfor second place and the host of other bulls $5 7; feeders him. week. Cleveland, tho runner-u- p verge of turning his attention to celebrities who have and are to visit stockers $5 9; choice milch cows in the American Association ot base NOTICE some branch of tho ministry, and "the Dark and Bloody Ground 'twixt $S090; medium $60S0; common Billle Schapmlre says he and Kaiser GO. vanquished 540 the muchly desirous of avoid- ball, completely this date and November 2. therefore Calves Tho market sady. Best Rial had a contest and a bet up a ing all entangling alliances with evil Brooklyn Nationals, champions of To Tax-Payer- s. while back as to who could remain In that league. medium Proponents of the League of Na- veals selling at I, or one of my deputies will be at associations. a room the longest with a polo cat. The first three of the series of nine the following tions on the stump and elsewhere, o good calves 8 lie; common heavy places on the follow Bill says he stood it as long as pos games wero played In the Dodger's ing loudly proclaim that the adoption of rough calves very slow sale at low dates, for tho purpose of collectDENTAL NOTICE. sible, couldn't stomach 'em any longhomo Park and resulted In n win of ing tuxes: tho League does away with all arma- prices. Hogs The market opened early er and left Rial and the skunk alone, Now is tho time to havo your Don two to one for the Nationals. The Fordsvllle, ments, no further need for ImpleSaturday, Oct. 16. was no time al work .attended to. Winter Is com. teams then moved to Cleveland for ments of warfare, and In the face of and at steady figures all down the but Bill swears that it Arnold, Monday, Oct. 18. blame cat gave it up and ing with rain and snow which makes four games, tho last of which was nil of that, Wilson, Baker and Dan- line. Best hogs 165 pounds and up before that Rial won. Baizetown, Tuesday, a. m. Oct. 19. old teeth ache and abscess. Abscess- -' played Tuesday and tho Cleveland Select, Tuesday, p. iels have repeatedly asked Congress 315.75; 120 to 165 pounds $15; pigs left too, and m., Oct. 19. ed Teeth or "Gum Bolls" nre danger- - Indians did the mopping ud stunt In Cromwell, .for the largest standing army and a 90 to 120 pounds $11.25; 90 pounds Wednesday, 0ct.20. ' fine style, Squire Ben Rice is authority forous taking the entire home Prentiss, Friday, You are continually swallowing navy bigger than anyone in this down $9.75; thrwoouts $11.50 down. Oct. 22. i Each 'series, making it unnecessary to play Taylor Mines, Country ever thought of maintaining Pens were well cleaned and the mar- tho statement that while circuit court this deadly poisgned pus. Saturday, Oct. 23. was In session here, a screech owl nouthful of food carries this Infection 'the remaining two games, as only Ave ket closed about steady. Why the whereforenoss of it all? McIIenry, Saturday, Oct. 2J. Sheep and Lambs Market steady. found Its way Into the Court house Into the stomach It Lowers vltall wins wero needed to detcrmlno the Horse Branch, Monday, pet. 18. and alighted on the stove pipe near , ty which Invites cancer of the World's championship. "We notice cards in some ot the Best sheep $5 down; bucks $3.50 Nnrrows. Wednesday, Oct. 20. Coveleskle a big brainy Polander, Sulphur windows about town bearing besides dbwn. Best lambs $11 down; sec- the Jury box and witness stand, and niouth, throat and stomach, Springs, Monday, Oct. 25 owl became engrossed with therla. that tho culls around $3. Pneumonia, with terrific speed, curves, drops and Olaton, Tuesday, the pictures of Cox and Roosevelt, onds Oct. 19. tf watching tho Jury and witnesses. But Influenza, Typhoid, Brights Disease, most everything else, found in th'o m these words 'The Election of Cox and Wysox, Wednesday, Oct. 27. CENSUS RETURNS SHOW Moxley Iheumatlsm, Anoemla and even death science of base ball pitching, stood Ben swears that when Clem Roosevelt means Peaco(Progress and LOSS FOR OHIO COUNT! took the witness stand the owl frequently results from continually out as tho most brilliant star ot tho Rockport, Wednesday.'Oct. 27. Prosperity." We timidly suggest that Beaver Dam, Thursday, Oct. 28. couldn't stand it and with delibera- swallowing pus. battla Just closed for universal Simmons, In order to mkea it appear more comSaturday, Oct. 30. The fourteenth Census, Prelimina- tion turned his back upon the witA mouth containing decayed teeth championship in tho greatest athletic plete and impressing that the likeness ry announcement of population" for ness chair and never again looked s a poisonous laboratory, which sends sport Indulged in by this or any oth- Render, Saturday, Oct. 30. ' of Harding with a skull and crossed bones be placed at the bottom of the 1920 shows a net loss for Ohio Coun- that way until Uncle Clem's voice had a host of bacteria into the elementary er Country. Tho big Pole went the MARRIAGE LICENSE ty of 1,169, since the year 1910. The completely hushed. tract. They multiply rapidly thus whole route in three games, allowcard and that the whole be surroundRECENTLY ISSUED report for this and the past two gain access to the lymphatic system ing tho opposition the measly sum of ed by a border for a frame composed 3; Is as follows: For 1920, We imagine that most women and are carried to the distant organs. two scores in tho 27 Innings he fed of tho Words, in letters of heavy 11. E. Beck,' Beaver Damt to Myr7. 1910, 27,642 and for 1900, worst themselves when they wed, Soft spongy and bleeding 'gums give them his various sorts of crooked black, "HE'KEPT US OUT OF WAR, tle Reed, Beaver Dam. Population of the various mag- of course not all do so, but we refer warning of approaching abscesses. slants. Only two of the Trolly-DodgeVOTE FOR WILSON AND PEACE." Dewey Alford, Rosine'to Anna Mao isterial districts for this and the last to tho great majority. Men are most connected with the second cush- Edwards, Lady Attendant. Rosino. ion in the last game played. In adMrs. HasweU's address delvercd at census, Including the towns therein always better off when married to a Yours respectfully, Carl Brown, Reaver Dam to Neo-m- a located, is as follows: a good woman. We havo in mind dition to better pitching, better batthe Court bouse Monday was a gem DR.. CHARLES R. LAYTON, Raymor, Beaver Dam. 1920 1910 dazzling and, shining examplo right in thought and otherwise. Her dis- DISTRICT Bank Bldg. Rockport, Ky, ting and base running the Indians alOtis Stone, Hartford, to Ada WIN matHartford, No. 1 so got the assistance of the tenth 3,768 4,101 hero Jn Hartford, we can't, as a cussion pt the League ot Nations and Of ice opens 8:30 a. m., closes i figure in their games, "Old Man kerson, Hartford. ber reason for associating herself Beaver Dam No. 2 . . . .3,562 3,573 ter ot course, call names, but this p. in., promptly. Nash Ward, Narrows, ,to Laura Rockport, No. 3 ......4,636 4,360 fellow we have in mind is nothing . Luck'- was nearly always present and with the Republican party in the Galther, Narrows. ROSINE. ho fought shy of Dodger uniforms. present election were as clear and Centertown, No. 4 ....2,741 2,987 like as tough looking and the bard Henry A. drown, Beaver Dam, to Mrs. R. T. Hoover, of Hartford, is 3,291 3,414 old bat he used to be. The other big event of the week concise as possible to make. It is Rosine, No. 5 visiting her mother and sister, Mrs. was In and of -- the Turf World, the Fannye Floner, Beaver Dam. 2,856. 3,062 more regretablo that sho did not S. Springs, No. C the A. I. Nail, Hartford, to Mattle sport of Kings. Man O' War, a three 2,423 2,643 when it E. T. Lang. havo a packed house, as the character Fordsvllle, No. 7 I am certainly a catch-al- l Beaver Dam. Rev. Ferrpll is conducting a meet year old thoroughbred, acknowledged 2,996 3,502 comes to gathering up bad. luck. ot speech made was Intensely inter- Bartlett, No. 8 Maynard Jackson, Rockport, to El Population of towns now and for Ferinstance, the flro alarm was ing at the Baptist church here, and una proven to De the best of Mo esting and educative It was a plain talk upon plain questions, matters of merly incorporated, as given Is as sounded Tuesday a. m., after I .bad giving the people straight goods as kind within the United States, was sieS.Scott, Rockport. M. Dexter, Centertown to nuth r pitted against Sir Barton, a four year policy, affecting all, the homo as well follows: gotten to the office, and had started the Bible gives it. , Rev. Mnrlow is still In meeting at old and the acknowledged king of Tichenor, Centertown. my coat off, sleeves public, cbnvlnclngly delivered. TOWN 1920 1910 working. Had as the Leonls Smith, Hartford,' to Molllo Beaver Dam 783 762 rolled up, collar and tie off, hands all Salom, doing the samo good work. upccuiuers oi an tno norses In tho Cox appears to be long Centertown . , Newt Daugherty Is In the hos- Dominion of Canada. This congest Jane Smiley, Hartford. up. Before I Mr. 343 299 dirty and hair mussed Coventor John Campbell, McIIenry, to Myr-tl- o was" settled Tuesday on Kenllworth 160 163 could comb imy locks, wash up, put pital- now, for treatment. and Btrong on belittling those who Cromwell Dockery, Beaver Dam. Mr, Ward Taylor has opened a gro- Course, Jn Windsor, Canada, which 80 76 on tho neck wear and get to the place differ with him. Those who oppose Deanfleld is W m adjacent to Detroit, Mich. The raco 612 .? 49 of flro, the dadgumed stuff was all cery store here. election by word and doed he most Fordsvllle Ills Messrs. N'. A. Yelser, of this placed The Stork visited the home ot Dude was one and rth not even a bit 'ot 960 976 pxtlnguUhed, generally classes as ignorant or Hartford mile and tho Hobart TInsley and Trpgden, .429 .103. smoke.could be seen, It never burns Brown last Friday, leayjng them a purse for the winner was the tldv of the Washington Ulysses crooks. He outdoes Wilson when it Horse Branch country, left Sun, . 439 tiny baby gjn. little sum of $75,000, besides a. tro- day for" Gatoe, 530 any Hfter I. get there. comes to intolerance and utter dis- McIIenry Tenn., where they go Xlra .TnTin Pfarpn vtalfefl inp ilniin.li- - phy valued at $5,000 all regard for.the ether fellow's opinion. Rockport' ...y .....650 658 added to the to do construction work for Bond ; unvaluable satisfaction of possessing Bros. 176 166 J. I. Goodman says John Henry ter, Mrs. Eva York, laBt Sunday. There is little room for wonder at the Rosine 1 w .... Mothers, your children's school shoes should provide ample from the weather; should be comfortable to their tender feet; should be neat in appearance, and should give service in proportion to their cost. 0 are America's most successful shoes for chil dren; made in all weights of leathers to suit any purpose; Browns and Blacks in all sizes. A trial of one pair will wed your children to Billiken Shoes. Billiken Shoes - 2,-5- . E. P. BARNES . BR.O. tlZ' Beaver Dam, Ky. , I I nt 15,16c; , , $67; : es 26,-47- 27,-28- rs - y, one-fou- ..".,..,;.. - i " fci. Nice frcMi candles, grapes and fruits. TAYLOR'S RESTAURANT. fi'VSis JPtS' jtfiltt'Staitte VflKSW5SU ,re?fli24to5. xi r . 3l .. OSiL Ci2 . Mrs. Lyman G. Barrett will the Ladies' Social Club at her home, this afternoon. Mr. A. R, Carson, of Inp Co., went to hc-.l- t ..:: j tic IIj'j (;: : :- - Cook Stoves That Do It! j .srday, ' to attend tho llardinfc cpcaklng1. "1 . A ban on public gatherings is In force in Livennore, on account of an epidemic of dlphtiierla. l " V. y and Dr. Hannonhm. Optometrist Eyo Specialist, will bo in .Hartford Saturday, Oct. 16th.' Only one day this month. Mayor J. E. Bean Is compounding physics and generally looking after James H. Williams' business during his absence In St. Louis. Miss Dana, daughter, of Rev. Mrs. R. E. Fuqua, who has been con fined with smallpox, has fully recoV' ered and Will bo out in a few days. j The Queen is made in two sizes, range finish, attractive and durable. mmsmi This Stove is all and more than its najnc queen of stoves , in point of service. im-plies,the t If you need a cook stove you ought to have an eye for three distinct when you purchase, viz: Cooking qualifications, fuel saving and You will find, that these featuress stand out prominently in the Queen. Come in and look our line over. We can save you money. and, .Millinery Department The time is here for your Fall Headwear. So far the season has been one of unusual rush, but every day adds to this Department the newest that can be found in the market. You can visit us, and find exactly what you want, and you will also find that our prices always correspond with the quality given. Mr. Goebol Crowo is operating thoj mall and transfer line froinHart ford to Beaver Dam, during tho ill ness of R. L. Dover, the proprietor. ACTON BROS. Hartford, Kentucky. fc4 jf.A...T..T.ifi.TnTi.T.AiTJ L Miss Leila Glenn, of the Central City High School, will arrive hero today to spend tho week end with her parents, Judge and Mrs. J. S. Glenn. Coats and Coat Suits In connection with our Millinery Department you will see the greatest line of Coats and Coat Suits to be found in our city or county. All kinds of materials, all styles, all sizes. Would appreciate a look whether you care to buy or not. 2kxzil&&o. MS Mr. and Mis. Claude NichoN and Mrs. A. C. Porter spent from Sun- age done. Burning soot tailing upon Mrs. W. B. Frost and little daughter. day until Wednesday with her parents the dry shingle roof is supposed to of Mr.orman, spent from Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. A. Robertson, of Heflin. have caused the trouble. Monday, here, guests of Dr. S. D. m Pendleton and family. NOTICE. A. W. Logan suffered a rathMrs. badly strained anklo a few days Miss Kathleen Turner has accepted, er The Hartford annual Halloween the ago, when alighting from an the position of Bookeepor with Masquerade dance, will be given on West Hartford Coal Company.,. Tho Oct. 29th, this year, duo to'the fact new Company has opened offices over on Sunday. "Curtis Maplo, who has been in De- that .Halloween falls tho store of W. H. Baize! past year Please don't forget the date. troit, Michigan for the Music by PamBros. Jazz Orchestra, arrived here Wednesday and will bo LOST Pair uf eye glasses, In j of Louisville, Ky. All dancers are case, on Route, 2, Beaver Dam, here for some time. Invited to attend. Folks from out or In Hartford. Pleaso return to Mr.. Sam Render, of Oklahoma Ci- of town are not required to mask. T W. SHARER, ty, who spent tho summer in Canada Hartford, ky i;,tii and Michigan, arrived here last weekhis 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Carl Bell and little end to visit Mr. W. B. Render and other relatives. Mr. daughter, Edna Rae, of Pleasant remain here until after Ridge, wero gu,ests of Mr. Bell's sis- Render will heavy frost falls in his country, in ter, Mrs. J. P. Casebler and Mr. order to avoid hay fever. Casebler Sunday and Monday. J rco-torco LIGHT AND WATER NOTICE Nbtico Is hereby given that tho Kentucky Light and power Company, Incorporated, is not able to operato undpr the burden of high taxes and. high prices and that on tho 31st day of December, ly20, It will discontinue furnishing both light and water, and will dismantle its plant, and tho corporation will bo dissolved. ' M. L. HEAVRIN, President. ERNEST WOODWARD, Secy. E. G. BARRASS, Treas-Mg- r. September 25, 1920. 13tf The Hartford FRIDAY Republican OCTORKR 15 j A nice line of crisp potato chips at TAYLOR'S RESTAURANT. Mr. J. J. McHenry, of Louisville, spent Saturday here, the guest f friends. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Fresh Oysters at TALORS - RES-!Mr- Hunter attended the funeral of tho Infant child of Mr. and g chcstor noBS( nt Equality ;day i Mrs. C. O. T. BICYCLES plenty of them. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Fresh Creamery Butter at LOR'S RESTAURANT. TAY- Tho Stork visited the home, of Mr. and Mrs, Richard Ward, o! Nocreelc. on tho ISth Inst, leaving a weo girl baby. Mrs. M. E. Gentry, of Narrows, was guest, the flrst of this week, of Her daughter, Mrs. L. C.Acton and Mr. . Acton. WANTED Tie Hackers, will furnish living quarters. Apply to v HAROLD HOLBROOK, Hartford, Ky. 3tf Wo pay cash every day for eggs and W. E. ELLIS & BRO. poultry. Wo have Rye, Red Top and Seed. ACTON BROS. Mrs. Magglo Griffin visited relatives In Owensboro, the first of this week. Itho Miss Gladys Bennett, who has been visiting relatives In Owensboro, 20 Colonies Italian during tho pa3t four weeks, Iras reFOR SALE standard hives. B6es in turned home. ECK RIAL. 14tf Mrs. L. E. Everley, of Matanzas, W. H. Parki was In Bowling spent from Sunday to Tuesday horo, Mr. Green and Warren County this week, tho guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Bennett. on business. Miss Electra Carson will go to Mr. Rowan Holbrook was in Evans-vlll- e, Ind., tho first of this week, on Gilbertavlllo), tomorrow, whore she will ho the guest of Mrs. M. M. Cox business. soveral days. All kinds of rough lumber for sale. Mr and Mrs. A. A. Hayden, Mr. See HAROLD HOLBROOK, and Mrs. W. A, Hayden, of Calhoun, HartfordKy. 7tt woro guests Sunday jf Miss Mary Leach spent tho Marks, of this place. Miss Beatrice weekend with Miss Corlnne Porter, Miss Hettle. Riley, of Owensboro, of Rob Roy. spent Sunday here, the guest of relaaccompanied Mr. A. B, Wedding and family, of tives. Miss Riley was guests of Mrs. A. T. by Mr.JI. A. Williams Owensboro, were Lee, Sunday. Mr. and Airs. T. E. McQuary and Heavrin and 0. C. Martin children, of Bells Run, wero tho week M. L. 'were ln'Whltesvllle yesterday, on end' guests of Mrs. A. W .Mills and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gillespie. legal business. Mr. R. II. Gillespie and daughter, Your choice of fresh oysters go to Louisville, Courits or Selects) at TAYLOR'S Miss Annotta, will today, o visit Mr. Gillesplo's daughRESTAURANT. ter, Min, Bessie M. Gillespie. went to( LouisMrs. M. L. Heavrin Mrs. II. E. Mischke and children ville Wednesday, to spend several will go to Sprlngfiejd, Tenn., todays visiting relatives. morrow, to spend a, few days with ' Northern Rye, Timothy., Red Top, Air. Mischke, who is in tho employment of the L. & ty R. R. Co,, at that and Clover Seeds. The best on the place. & BRO. W. B. ELLIS market. i Charles M. Ward, of Nocreek, has Bring mo your junk and get your accepted the position of Clerk with fertilizer, seeds and farming impletho Kentucky Workmen's Compensa ments. . '" tion Board and left the first of thjs D. L. D. SANDEFUR, week for Frankfort to assume his duKy. Beaver Dam, 13t3 ties. Mr. Ward is a bright young gobd habits has nan,, industrious and of Mrs. Lula F. Coppage, who and should prove himself a valuable been 'spending soveral weeks with addition to the Board. her son, Mr. Earl Coppago and family i Braggadocio, Mo., returned home, of CHANGES AT DEPOT Tuesday. Mr. W. O. Woodrlng, of Madlson-vlll- e, Mrs. Lyman G. Barrett returned has been assigned as agent at from soveral days' visit the local L. & N. Depot, succeeding last week-en- d with relatives at Barrett's Ferry, She Mr. Mischke, who was transferred to was accompanied homo by Miss Bon- Springfield, Tenn. Mr. Crook rener Barrett. mains as assistant, while the Company has given tho local station a helpMr. and Mrs. T. P. Carson, after er, a yo'ung Mr. E. O. Patey, of Dixspending a week visiting relatives on, Tenn., occupying that positionf hero and other points In the County, It Is believed that, with the third perreturned Wednesday, to their home son hero the work may be performed in Eupora, Miss. in something like the legal days work not requiring so much overtime. Mr. W. C- Smith, of Fort Scott, m Kansas, was in Hartford and Ohio DUKEIIURST. County this week, calling on relaMr. Leonis Smith, of Akron, Ohio, tives and friends and attending to Is here for a short visit with relatives. business masters. Mr. Jesse Casebler" and family In Hartford. spent the week-en- d Mr. W. W. Wedding, of New York, A pie supper was given at Concord Is spending a few weeks here with his Tuesday night, proceeds to go for father. Judge R. R. Wedding and Mrs. the benefit of the school. Wedding., Mr. Wedding will go from A series of meetings will begin at hero to California. Concord Church Sunday night. Mr. Onis Whllehouso went toTVIc-HenMr. and Mrs. W. C. Blankenshlp, today, to visit Mr. W. K. HarMr. and Mrs. A. D. Klrkvero among din and family. those who went from Hartford to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hickey, of Louisville, to attend tho Harding Whit'osvllle, vfcMed relatives here, speaking Thursday. this week. Mr. Arvln Willis, of Owensboro. Wo are In receipt of a communicawas here tho first of the week. tion from H. O. Coffman of Detroit, Mr. and Mrs, Romney Helton will Mich., in which he says ho has pur- attend the school fair at Fordsvllle chased property in that City, and ex- Wodnv and tomorrow. pects io bo there permanently. Miss Geneva Travis, of Washington, spent Tuesday night with Mfss Mr. Noah L. Rowe haspurchased Myrtle Payne. the residence property of James LyThe little daughter of Mr. Eddie ons, located on Mulberry Street, ad- York, is quite sick. jacent to tho river. Mr. and Mrs. Tappan, of Miss Mary Louise Rowo will make their home here. Hartford, spent Tuesday night here with relatives. Messrs. John Harper, of Terro Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Arhuckle, of Haute, Ind., and Nod Harper and fam- near Hartford, are parents of a fine ily, of Greenville, were guests Sun- boy, born Monday. day of their uncle, Mr, E. P. Thomas mm Twenty per cent of the poBtal savand Mrs. E. G. Schroater and family. ings in this country are held by RusMrs. S. T. Hunter returned Sun- sian Immigrants. day tc$the home of her daughter, Mrs. Erk Fulkerson, at Matanzas, after ANOTHER FIRE IS ? NARROWLY AVERTED spending some tlmo here with her son, Mr. C. O, Hunter and Mrs. The dwelling bouse occupied by X Richard Stewart, belonging to the Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Robertson and L. & N, R. R, Co., near the Depot, will leave for their was In a fair way to be destroyed two children homo in Hagerstown, Md tomorrow, Tuesday morning when the alarm after spending a week with Mr. was sounded, bringing Hartford's vol- !! Robertson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. unteer brigade to the rescue1 in a Anthony Robertson, of Heflin and Mr. short time. The blaze was extin- ( f and Mrs. A. 0. Pprter, of this place. guished with but little material dam- - ;: ry H JHNenT'IV "gBfflUBgfiSSMBB I Even to the Tiniest Leak any of that YOU can't afford toinletthe milk. golden If you "escape know where the leak is you are going to stop it. We can show youhow the Primrose stops the tiniest leak. The Primrose Cream Separator skims clean to the very last drop. It is simplicity itself in operation. The Primrose is the only cream separator which doesn't obstruct the cream outlets in , Running quickly over a few of the other high spots substantial supply can, heavy tinware, bowl, highest grade material, .simple driving mechanism, all parts oiled by splash from supply in gear case, sanitary frame. 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MASTKU COMMISSION!:! SAMC. BMIlft j;. JHBBiPS ' BB 1 mffii b i i ?lp it they were made to meet your taste! Unique flavor, fragrance and ild-body due to Camels quality and expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos are a revelation! You will prefer thev Camel blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight! With Camels you can go the limit mellow-m- fit your CAMELS completelycigarette you'll agree Ohio Circuit Court. Maude Crowe, ct nl., Plaintiffs. vs. Notice of Sale. Nellie Crowo Truman, ot nly Defendants. Uy virtue of n Judcmont and ordor of snlo of tho Ohio Circuit Court entered in the above styled action at Its September term, 1920, directing mo of said as Master Commissioner court to soil tho hereinafter described real estnto for tho purpose of paying the costs of tho abovo styled action together with the costs of this sale and dividing tho balance of tho poceeds among tho parties entitled thereto as their respcctlvo Interests may appear, I will offer for sale at public outcry, to the highest nnd best bidder at the Court House door In Hartford, Ohio County, Ky., on Monday, November 1st, 1920 (It bolng tho first day ot tho regular Novem- 1 er term of the Ohio County Court) nt about the hour of one o'clock p. m upon n credit of six months the following described real estnto lying and being In Ohio County, Ky., bounded as follows: Two tracts or parcels of land In Ohio County, Kentucky, bounded as follows: 1st tract: Beginning at a stone In Henderson Whltler's line, and corner to lot No. 3; thence west 138 poles to n hickory, Win. C. Truman's corner; thence with his lino S. 66 poles to three black onks; thence S. 43 E. 42 poles to a stone, E. 110 polc3 to two white oaks, corner to lot No 3; t thence North to the beginning. Being same land conveyed to II. C. Crowe, by John Whltler, et al on the 3rd day of March, 1902, which deed is of record In deed book No 60, page 173, Ohio County Clerk's of2nd tract: Beginning at a stone InUie Fordsvlllc and S. Gillespie road corner to the Whltler homestead tract; thence with a line of same S. 10 W. 73 poles to a white oak and black oak, corner homestead in Whltler's line; thenco West in a straight line 64 poles to a stone, corner W. C. ' Truman ; thence N. with Truman's line to the road; thence with the Fordsvllle and Gillespie road to the beginning, containing 30 acres more or less. This is a part of the old Henderson Whltler tract of land which was conveyed to J .W. McCar-t- y by It. Holbrook Commissioner, August 13, 1900, and which land was conveyed to H. C. Crowe, by J. W. McCarty and wife on Feb. 2nd, 1903, which deed is of record in deed book 59, age 573, Ohio County Clerk's office. Tho purchaser will be required to execute bond Immediately after sale with security to bo aproved by the Commissioner to have tho force and effect or a judgment, payable In six months, bearing Interest nt the rate of 6 per cent per annum from date until paid. A lien will be retained on tho land sold to further secure tho payment of said bond. Given under my hand, this the Ctli day of October, 1920. OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. M. L. Heavrln, Attorney. fice. DIRBCTORY CIHCUIT COUKT. Judge; R. W. Slack, Oweniboro. Com'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hartford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Otto C. MarMaster Commissioner tin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund CM P. Koown, 1st Monday In March II days Com'th. and Civil. 1st Monday in May 12 days Civil. lBt Mouday In July 12 days Com'th. and Civil. 12 days 3d Monday In September Civil. 4th Monday In November 12 days Com'th. and Civil. COUXT1' COURT. Meets first Monday In each month. Judge Mack Cook. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. Superintendent E. S. Howard. Jailer Worth TIchonor. D. E. Ward. Tnx Commissioner Surveyor; C. S. Moxley. Coroner E. P. Rodgors. BEAVER DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T, McKenney, Clerk R. W. King. Pollco Judge J. W. Cooper. Marshal R. F. Stovcus. FORUSVILIiK. Ch'm'n. Board W. II. Jones. Clerk Olla Cobb. Pollco Judge C. P. Kcsslncor. Marshal Grant Pollard. OFFICIAL-SCHOO-L Hartford. CALENDAR FOR PI IKS EXT YEAR County Board of Education E. 3. Howard, S. S. O. C. Dlv. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford. Route C. Dir. No. 2. II. C. Lake, Fordsvlllo. Dlv. No. 3. Claud Rentrow, Dun-de- c. Dlv. No. 4 Dlv. No. 5 nobt. Goff, Roslno. Otis Stevens, Bcavor Center-town. Dam. Dlv. No. 6 K Nat Llndloy, fv"- - 5? .YMF carton for the homv or office supply or when you travel. i7,?7?,EM: aes 300ctarrtteim Cames are sold everywhere in scientifically sealed packages or ju cigarettes; or ten pack' a (lass leave no unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste; no unpleasant cigaretty odor! To get a line on why Camels win you so completely compare them ff with any cigarette in the world at any price. You'll pre- er Qairy to coupons or premiums ! puff-for-pur- - without tiring your taste. They R.J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Wlnston-Salem- , N.C. FARM DEPARTMENT. r In 1920, G.00O acres of flax were ' cultivated in the United States, as .against 5,000 acres in 1919, the United States Department of Agriculture Minnesota, Wisconsin, estimates. Michigan, and the Willamette Valley of Oregon lead in production. The 1920 crop is valued at $1,500,000. Results of investigations and measures against grain-dupre--ventst per thousands square feet. The application should be made considerably in advance of seeding time. Applications of lime are of very doubtful value for the best grasses or tho fescues unless the soils are very acid or contain largo quantities of poorly rotted organic matter. Preliminary preparation, by which is meant the thorough stirring of the surface foot of soil, should begin several weeks prior to seeding to allow sufficient timo for tho ground to become thoroughly settled and for tho weed seeds to germinate. Information concerning the making and maintaining of n lawn is con- FISCAL COURT. County Board ot Examiners: E. S. Meets first Tuesday In April and Howard, Mrs. Blrdlo Midklff and October. Ira Jones. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Teachers Instltuto, Sept. 13th Route 3. 17th. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bearer Dam. EXAMINATIONS '4 , On! District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. -- G. W. Rowo, Center- 4tli District Common School Diploma May 14 town. and 15 at Hartford, Beaver Dam fith District W. C. Daugherty.Balrc-low- n. and Fordsvllle.. May 21 and 22 County Teachers flth District W. S. Doan, Dundee. Examination at Hartford, (White). 7th, District B. F. Rice, Fordsvllle. May 2S and 29 County Teachers' 8th District B. C. Rhoades, Hart- Examlnotlon at Hartford, (Colored). ford, Route 6. Juno IS nnd 19 County and Stato Teachers' Examination at Fordsvllle, HARTFORD. (Whlto). Mayor J. E. Bean. Juno 25 and 26 County and Stato Cjerk J. A. Howard. Teachers' Examination at Hartford, Police Judge C. M. Crowe. (Colored). Marshal E. P. Cascbler. Sept. 17 and 18 County and Stato Teachers' Examination at Hnrtford, ROCKPORT (Whlto). Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. Sept. 24 and 25 County and State Clerk N. II. Bratcher. Pollco Judge S. L. Fulkorson. Teachers' Examination at Hartford, (Colored). Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. , t explosions, which cost 80 lives and $7,000,000 property damage In 1919, are contained In a new book being distributed by the Bureau of Chemistry, United States Department of Agriculture. Cnrculla caused $2,000,000 damage to the peach crop of one southern Btato in 1920.Tho Insect lives In the lollage several months beyond the fruit season and the United States Department of Agriculture Is experimenting with a new method of fall skunkproof yards, kill an old horse for them every fall, and be tactful when ho meets them In the evening. There is a marked depression of the fur market at present, but recovery to normal is anticipated. It has been estimated that a year's catch of skunks In. New York State is Only worth $1,000,000. if them are black or short striped. If all wese of this higher grade, they would bo worth $3,000,000. The department suggests that a preserve stocked with black skunks would tained in Department Circular, 49, is eventually double or treble the catch sued by tho U. S." Department of AgCopies may be had upon of skunks in the territory surround- riculture. application to tho department at ing it. Washington, D. C one-fifth Every Woman "Wants) ? Br Mothers ! use o Here's n Good Ileclpo for1 Milking extermination. Muskrat farming has given formerly worthless Maryland marshland a value of $30 to $40 an acre, the United States Department of Agriculture finds. In addition to the Jildesthe carcasses are sold at 25 to 30 cents apiece for meat. They are -- considered a delicacy in some hotels. Sweet potatoes make a superior tattle and cooking syrup, say chemists ed. of the United States Department of Cider Apple Saner. .Agriculture. Thus far no large comPut eight quarts of pared, quarter mercial uso has been made of the ed, and cored sweet npples in a largo discovery. Tho department is pre- preserving kettle and cover with flvo pared to tell how to make quarts of boiled elder. Cook slowly sirup at homo and how to use it until tho apples are tender and cloar. In cookery and candy making. To prevent burning of tho apples place the kettle on an asbestos mat. Out of 753 farmers owning motor It will require from two to threo trucks in 11 eastern States who ans- hours to cook tho applos. If you find wered a recent query of tho United it necessary to stir the sauce be very States Department of Agriculture 95 careful to break tho apples as little per cent said they believed tho use of as possible. When tho sauco Is cook, trucks would show a profit. Pre- cd put it In sterilized jars. ference leaned toward a truck. In the Into spring, when apples Bad roads were tho principal draw- havo lost much of their flavor and sweot-pota-l- o Cider Apple Sauce. When tho apple crop Is abundant and a large quantity of cider is obtainable the housekeeper will find it to her advantage to put up a large amount of boiled cider. It greatly Improves the flavor of mincemeat, and can be used at any time of- - tho year to make cider apple sauce. Cider for boiling must bo perfectly fresh and sweet. Put it In a largo. open preserving kettle and boll until reduced ono-hal- f. Skim frequently while boiling. Do not have the kettle more than full. Whon tho elder has boiled until it is fairly thick, put in bottles, cans, or stone jars which have been thoroughly boiltwo-thir- If your child Ftarts in is sleep, grinds its teeth whilo sleeping, plrks at tho nose, has a bad breath, fickle appetite, pale complexion, and dark rings under the eyes; it lias worms; and as long as they remain in the In testines, that child will be sickly. White's Cream Vermlfrge clears out the worms, strengthens the stomach and bowels and puts the little one pn the road to health and cheerfulness. American farmeYs planted 14,000 Price 30c per bottle. Sold by Ohio acres to hemp In 1920, according to County Drug Co. m tho United States Department of Agriculture. Tho crop is valued at 1IAKKU APPEALS FOIl about $1,500,000. HESEHVE OFFICERS In an address before the students of Pennsylvania State college recently, Secretary of War Baker appeal ed to tho college students of the coun try to enter Into advanced military training and study through the reserve officers training corps. He said that 5,000 probably would be the maximum annual output of tho training corps. The greatest problem before tho war department, during tho world war, he said, was to get sufficient adequately trained men to fill the commissioned ranks In the lower grades. To meet a similar situation in cose ot future emergency the present reserve officers plan was designed. pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamRecommended by Lydia E. Pinkham Med. Co. for ten yean. A healing wonder for naa! catarrh, aoro throat and ore eyc Economical. u iuomiinry aonrmg and rraiicJl fcr. I Sai mation. u enigma, cr .t nail. ThaPMlcnTwlrt CoraraBT. Barton. Mm, "A JI Bv3I H rcl Jfl ' FOR PERSONA?. HVriFNl.- Dissolved in water for douche stop 1 BH it It a V5 -- yp- - T"V"if' bi J For die Children A Safe Old vermira Fashioned Remedy Wm. for Worms Leave a hollow tree for tho raccoon and keep poaching hunters out of 'our woods, the United States Department of Agriculture advises In a re cent circular. Tho fur crop ought to yield you a tidy sum every year. Wild ducks can be successfully propagated in many marshy localities. The United States Department of Ag- rlculturo has issued a now circular tolling tho most practicable breeds and how to handle them. Skunks yielded $1,000,000 worth of hides to New York Stato farmers and trappers in one year. Tho U. S. Department of Agriculture, In a new circular on tho fur industry, gives suggestions for making this supposed post ltno a profitable friend of the Succeed when evervthhu? els fall In nervous prostration nnd ftmole I '.veaknesse' thev are the finnrmn I remedy, at thousands have testified. ( iff ectcrio p S h JL ixaab .M Seventy. hveyearacontin. uoua use is the best testimonial PREY'S VERMIFUGE can offer you. Keep a bottle always on hand. It will help keep the little ones healthy and happy. 30eabottleatyourdnitgiat'aor general atore; or if your dealer can't tuppljryou,aendhii nama and 30c In alaraca and we'll end you a bottle promptly. s cm II L4 S. FREY. Bildaisrr. Ma. ft FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE 3 the best medicine ever aald over a druggist's counter. JVA WILL YOU. TAKE OUR S&QarsMo GERMINAL REMEDY A r TrealrcBnl SHIl USE LI a young man who practiced medicine In a rural district became famous and was called in consultation in many towna and cities because of hia success in the treatment of disease. This was Dr. Tierce who afterward moved to Buffalo. N. Y. lit made up hia mind to placo some of hia medioinea before tho public, and be put up what bo called his "Favorite Prescription," nnd placed it with tho V-VER-L (or WEAK LUNGS or CONSUMPTION farmer. m CASTOR rA For Infants and Children A quick relief for that tired, rundown feellne, couebi, pains in elicit, night tweatt. weak lungs or coniuinptloa. If It docs not help you it coats you aotbloi. e Lock box eto OHItt MEDICAL CO. hemor-lhaer- FORGONE MONTH i, FOR SALE. k 5 Durock sows with pigs. Also 2 horses and one mule. Will soil stock cheap. full-stoc- COLUMBUS. Q. In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of CLAUD KING," (t&&M&fat Hartford. AX acidity an appetizing sauco can bo mado with diluted boiled elder, using ITuctful HumllliiK Of Skunk Makes one cup of cider to threo of water. Km Valuable On .Farm. Cooking pears may bo prosorved Few pproons have seriously con In boiled cider the same as sweet apsidered establishing friendly relations plos. To mako tho sauce less sour, with n skunk. It has been done in one pound of sugar is added to each eomo cases under the misapprehen- quart of boiled cider. sion that the animal was a cat, and tho results have been unpleasant, Ilut True economy In the preparation of tho Biological Survey of the-- United meals for the family lies not only Btateu Department of Agriculture has In buying wisely but also in making investigated the skunk and found him the fullest posslblo use ot whut is friend the bought. lo be tho best farmer has. Almost any farmer might have 2 or Lime Improves Most Soils Fur lUue-gra3 dozen skunks at work for him deand Cloer. stroying mlco, grasshoppers, crickets, Llino In somo form improves most nnd white grubs, and furnishing him soils for bluegrass and white clover, from $50 to $100 worth of fur a year. and unless soils aro already well supAll that Js necessary Is that ho r- plied with lime It should be added at eject their dens, keep his poultry in tho rato of not less than 100 pounds L wlld-anlmal ss back. Kill That Cold With CASCARA FOR For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. Feeliright all tho time. Don't lay o from work for davs bv tnkinrr nuKH till-usuu- J. VOB & QUININE AND 1 5L . . A Cold, Coughs La Grippe Neglected Colds are Dangerous Take no chances. Keep thla standard remedy handy for the first ante to. Breaks up a cold In 24 hours Relieves Gtippe in 3 days Excellent for Headacho Quinine in this form does not affect the head Cascara Is bst Tonic J Laxative No Opiate In Hill's. ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT inrougiiout tno untieu states man any other medicine of liko character. It's the testimony of thousands of women that it baa benefited or on tirely eradicated such distressing ailments as women are prone to. It is now sold by druggists in tablet form ss well as liquid, Nkwbkiiiii", 8. 0." After using Doctor Pierce's Favorlto Proscription 1 feel liko a now woman. My friends all toll me I look so much better. 1 am mora than pleased with tho result. I know that I can't praise any ono of Dr .Pierce's too highly. 1 always keep them on hand in order to keep well." ilES, Lllxi Bursa, Routa 1 Sox 08. rem-edl- larcelv .,.,... pnyour'feet, while relieving your troubt lo. Safer too, nnd easy to tako. Dorft take anything else. You can't afford it. Uiralnatcs poisons, cleansea eya tem and relieves constipation. Anafr ural remedy, natural In its actions; aura in its effect and certain In results. II won't bo long before Liv.Vo-L- ax vlll completely displace calomel m evert hornet Children can tako It freely anj with perfect safety. Every bottle guar, anteed. 50c and $1 in bottler without the likeness and sientW fare ot L. K. GrlKsby, For sale by Non-genuin- M.IV VT-LM- X KCCD8 r V' ii s wmsi n OWN I'm m mm AFFAIRS IN IB in : WHAT COULD WOOD-RO- W MEAN BY THIS? Woodrow Wilson, he who wants tho United States to Join the League of Nations, he who, go 'tis snld, l "nt oiio" With' .Tliimiy Cox, hiW rent n contribution to tho Democratic campaign fund. Hut that iMi't nil. He sent a letter with It In that letter no "mini Piiinruning to the effect thnt Cox, If elected, Would this nation In her placo anion;; the nntlons." You hnvo alHut, Woodrowl ready said that YOU established this country nmong the nntlons; that YOU kept it out of war; that YOU had saved Its honor; thnt YOU did all the thnt was necessary when you went to 1'aris. Just another evidence of tho small regard Wnodrow has for the American people, the American right to nml the constitution Itself. ITS LEAGUE, UM I CAW DEMMINCMT lull well-know- n AUIVCD Kail KalAWI I W. W. WntfH, loading Kentucky lnw-sc- r tween a newspaper man "ml oiio of tho iiort prnmlncn' and n very prominent minister of the BttidcntM of the ponce treaty iiml tho jfopel ns to whether In event of a dispute hetween those two nations, to bu LenRUO of Nations coveifnnt, fitys of decided liy the Lougue, whether tlu this country's right to Mite lu case United Statin or Jnpnn would liavo the hIioiiIi! Join the Lciruo: a vote. They refeneil the dispute to 'Speakers have told their audi- me and 1 decided 'most positively ences Hint In Article J5 of tin Covenant not.' n unnnlnioiiH decision Is required to g "The fact that I ilocldcil the que; to wnr nml the United Stntes could tlou Is not mntcrlal, hut the fact that keep out of the wnr by ll.s dlsni;ret-me- nt that minister whose words arc listenand breaking the unanimity. ed to by his people has been saying They did not refer to the qunllllnttJon that under such circumstances the pf that unanimity In that kiiiiic li United States would hae a vote, when In the wonN at Its lipgltuilng, he could have nnnlyreil nnil found It 'Except as lietelnafter provided,' nor expressly denied by the Covennnt Is of did they then rofer linck to Article 1ii lmineiiM concern. Ho was evidently In to srty what quallflcntlon Is, nor to wy Kood fnlth, hut how will ho or his folthat In n dlspulo between two nations, lowers feel when the analysis does ns, for Instance, United States and come? No, the United States will hnve Jnpnn, neither would have a vote. no vote In decisions where, most "Only recently n dlsputu arose be Heeded." p:ni-Krnp- - 1 DO YOU USE SUGAR? tried, it this way "l 155 &vLd.tencQ& v. A Why are you paying more for It y JLV X out of a phonograph depends upon one thing. That thing is thun you ever paid before? the phonograph's realism. Here's the renson: 4 The Sugar Equalization Hoard was FARMER VICTIM OF DEMOCRATIC formed lu 1018. There wns a This picture shows the best way to test a phonograph's realism. The Uonrd bought the unMiss Betsy Lane Shepherd, the famous soprano, is standing beside PRICE-FIXINrefined Cubnn sugar crop and made an "LEFT IN COLD" agreement with the refiners and brokthe New Edison, and singing in direct comparison with the New ers. So the public YOU could buy Edison's of her voice. .sugar at 10 cents. Louisville. A statement Just Issued tho farmer's business to produce and' Next j ear (July, 1010) George A. ( 185 audiences, aggregating more than 100,000 people, have actually hero shows thnt the Dcmocnitlc 1'nrty, not bother his head about the cost. Znbrlskle, president of the board, told And throughout tho wnr and since the ansince It came Into power In 1913, hns farmer was frantically urged, by one the Democratic Administration of None could distinguish between, her living heard this comparison. and the Hoard mado tho fanners of this country the crowd, to produce, while another other voice and its pnssed resolutions urging the buying victims of Its carelessness. crowd was using etery device of mnr-kcrop. prices of the 1919 Cuban mnnlpulatlon to hold down The Itepuhllcans have promised In This is one of the phenomenal records of realism. The New Edison Only one lonely member said the products. Was that their National platform to put "an cut; of fnnn someone will say, we fair? In. Cuban sugar would sell cheap to you holds all other records of realism, too, because no other phonograph were Hut. oven If the Government didn't buy It to unnecessary price Hxlng nml wnr, and the farmer should not com' or could sustain it. attempts this comparison-tes- t hIn bulk nnd hold It for you; efforts arbitrarily to reduco plnln about what It was necessary to" In advance but the Democratic Administration prices of farm products which In varia- do, even If they didn't do It to others. one man's advice against the ? Very well. Let us overlook what; took that bly result to the disadvantage both s during the war. Let us wipe ndvlce of the other seven The linppened of producer and consumer." 't'25 and In spite of what had happened the slate clenn up to the signing of' Democrats were nsked to make this the nrmistlce. Iet ns consider what has the year before. Wouldn't Let You Have It. 'The Phonograph with a Soul" $ame pledge but refused. happened to the farmer since the war' ' In September, the president of tho Do you remember what happened ended. bonrd sent another letter to President "Produce To Limit." when wo cot In the wnr? Do you reWilson : "Please let us buy the, Cuban The farmer had been urged to pro- sugar; wo'can get It cheap now G member the President's definition of a duce to the limit and had been nssured cents a pound), nnd sell It chenp to the "Just price?" lie said: If ieace came, all he could wo don't buy It, profiteers "Ily n Just price I mean a price thnt een grov would sell at profitable prices. people; If which will susritln the Industries con- Do jou remember the price drive In will get hold of the sugnr and sell It cerned In a high state of elllclency, January, 1011), within threo months dear." o He said ho believed this Cuban provide a llvliijr for tboso who conduct after the armistice had been signed? "wns necessary to assure the deDo jou remember the more them, enable them to p.iy Rood waxes, people of the United States a regular termined drive In July, 1010, when and mnko possible the expansion of hogs dropped from $22.10 on July in supply of sugar at a reasonable price during 1020." their enterprise," etc. to $11.50 on October 15, although pork President Wilson, then a well man, And then do jnu remember what products to the consumer dropped on didn't even answer him. .... n..nm.n Uce tlinn 10 nAp r.nnt? ... n.a uhiii w ,.. ....- - Til linppened? Government contracts of illl utuiHu Who's To Blame? 1DU0, hogs wcro selling nt $3.50 basis. June,per nil kinds were let on, a cost-plu- s In October, Senator McNary drew hundred than In June, 1010, less That Is, tho manufacturer was allow- but retail ham prices wore $3.00 per up a bill, which became a law, glvln ed to flgure all of tly cost of every hundred higher. As n result of the ' tho Democratic Administration .A',.. kind which he Incurred (and be was y the cheap Cuban tlrlvo the producor -- re. into power not restricted In his expense), and In celved" less and the consumor paid sugar for you. o addition was allowed to figure a Hut the Democratic Administration 1! more. Who benefited? perccntrfBo on top of all his exAnd do you remember tho govern- wouldn't use thnt power to buy sugar mA wi pense and fix his price to cover e ment drive of' the last threo months, for you nt G'( cents a pound. Instead of pursuing such a course to and what It has done to the prices of " Was He? Within two protect you, through Its Attorney-General- , grains nnd livestock? A. Mitchell Palmer, tho DemoWas the farmer allowed thnt "Just months tho propectlvo valuo of the r s cratic Administration made a deal with price" which was granted so freely to 1020 com crop decreased others? lie was not. Prices on some of n billion dollars. Great advertise the Louisiana sugar growers, Mr. Pal the way we use in our store J the Realism Test I Test the New of his products wcro absolutely fixed, ments announced that the government mer promising he would'nt call It profit Edison's Realism against the pleasure you knew music can bring. mid without Investigation of the cost proposed to cut down the cost of liv- - leering If they charged you 17 nnd 18 t Ing by dumping on the market tho mil cents a pound AND TIIEY DID! Of production. One prominent member TVll nc wl-inlnf vnin nr in:r.riimrnf. mvns vnil truest musical ' nerbcrt Hoover snld : of the Democratic administration when lions of pounds of government surplus The present high retail cost of sugar J asked about the cost of production of meat at bargain prices. Ilavo you enjoyment. Listen while we play your favorite on the New Edison.' fnnn crops is reported to hae said been making so much money on your Is 100 per cent In excess of what It The Realism Test will enable you to gauge whether the NewJ ? , that this wns no time to ln estimate cnttle and hogs that you can afford would be had President Wilson and his cnbluct heeded the ndVicc of the farm costs of production; that it was further reductions In prices? gives you all of this enjoyment. Edison's Sugar Equalization Hoard." ! You Pay I , will help you determine what the New Edison's' This is your test 1 So ther jou are. The- Board told vft, Realism means, in terms of your own musical enjoyment. tho Democratic Administration that profiteers would get hold of ugnr and Ask for itl The "Personal Favorites" Realism Test. boost Its 'price If the Democratic Administration would do what the board of tho Wilson League of Nations? Do you really know ArtUieX disposes of the) ' ; . Wnnted it to do, nnd now tho Demo- Another thing to ask about is our Budget Plan. Here's what It says: 'cratlc Administration can't stop tho V ' gouging. ' money question, in, a way that will appeal to your common-sense- ,' "The Members of the League undertake to respect and 0 ,."y". "? -- i-preserve as ngnlnst eMetual nggresslou the territorial Integ'in Just this matter of sugar, tho '. nnd to your pbeketbook. urity nnd existing political Independence of all Members of Democrats' neglect will cost the American people $1,500,000.000 more than the League. In case of any such aggression, tho Council (of running the whole Government for a tho League) slmll mhlso upon tho means by which tho w hole year before tho war. shall ho fulfilled." Isn't that n good thing for E. P. BARNES & BROTHER somebody else? Uiidi that clause, nothing on earth could Stop the League CounBEAVER DAM, KY. cil, whkn Is to sit over there lu Kuropc, from ordering American PRESERVIN' TIME YOU wouldn't hnvo a word troops to nny comer of the world. f to say about It jou women of the United States. No, nor the men Apples' In de orchud, of the United States, clthor. Nor the President. Nor Congress. NoBronkln' down de trees; body but the League Council. And lu the Council of tho Wilson Lenguo Pouch nn' Plums AMEltlCA HAS ONLY ONE VOTE. Smellln' in de breeze; Democratic defenders of the Wilson League say that our Congress 'Llclous grapes Well, jou find the word "Conwould have spine voice In tho matter. Cllngln' to do vino;' in tho Wilson gress," or montlon of Its approval of ANYTHING Wntahmllyln wastln, Lenguo Covennnt If jou can I Bustln' through de rine. Cox nnd tho Democrats endorse the Wllsou Lcngue. A voto for Ortcr be prcservln' 'Fo It git too col', Cox Is a voto for that. sBut Democratic ltngahs LETTISH TO THOMAS has been redeemed, which is consid- sold or pawned by those families la In de suguh bowl. JEFFEKSON KECEIVED ered by treasury officials a satisfac- Switzerland since 1911 is worth doaPhil Brown. tory showing, i ble that 8uju, DO WE WANT THIS? SOLDIERS! WELL REPRESENTED. The state department has received WHO IS DODGING? DUCHESSES WORK AS MAIDS a letter from Uombay, India addressmV&k In No American man or woman those The people will draw their own con- ed Tho soldiers are to "Thomas Jefferson, late SecreKentucky ltepub-llcanls- tollers of the city and tho field, those clusions on Governor Cox's talk about vvnijf tho ticket which Several archduchesses of the Haps-bur- g Pressed to go before tary of State and piaster of Patents." offers for Congress. In the mothers nnd fathers who aro the campaign funds. Investigation family in Switzerland, have beInformation is asked on tho process committhe senatorial First District, there Is Miller Hughos, heart's blood of this nation wants n tee, Governor Cox said ; of feoding "patrol" (potrol) into an come governesses and maids due to FIVE MILLION PEOPLE. saw oxtenslvo servico In thp Wllsou Lougue of Nations which would who Thero are, USED IT LAST YEAR "I do not see the need of my. ap- engine, and a personal reply from their financial straits World War. In the Second District, tie this country helplessly to European pearing before the committee. I am Jefferson Is requested. SlILL'S Tho letter about 80 membors of this family In Eraklno U. Bassett,' who wus nu Army politics, uud bind It to fight for the entitled to the privilege of giving the has been referred to President Wilson tho little republic and being now Major, is the Itepubllcun candidate. Interests of any and' every country, facts to the voters at such time and as a curiosity. wit.hout income and having suffered CASCARAbjQUININE In the Eighth District, Captain King whoso Interests aro not ours. These In the manner I SEE FIT," further losses owing to the rate of exSwope, who saw a great doat of serv- Americans wero willing to glvo up Clmlriuuu Hays said, when Informed money for Liberty change they are "broke." Many archice during tho Into war, Is a cnudldato their AVAH SAVINGS STAMPS SALES Investigation: of the senatorial Congressman Charles Bonds, for war savings stumps, for J0M1 lor dukes have entered business as clerks. "Splendid I That Is exactly what we In War taxes, w llllug to do without sugar Standard cold retnedjr fot 20 yan 1 Ogden, nominee for desire. We welcome fullest publicity It was stated at Geneva that the by the treasury A statoment Issued m tablet ltra taie, aure. no ftho Fifth District, was a captain In and wheat and meat and light nnd now and later and as often as possiopiate breaks up a coia in department shows that approximately Jewels in Swiss banks belonging to War. It Is an coal, willing to give up tholr sons. ble." ;- nouti relieve trip in tho Spanish-AmericaMoney back II It tan. The? boon invested in the Romanoffs, Hapsburgs and $1,168,200,000 has Interesting fact' that the Democrats, Willing to do unythlng tha,t America's Quito a difference In the Itepubllcun renulne box baa a Red. about $316,-00are worth top wim Mr. UUi' given an opportunity to tioinlimlo u honor might bo preserved. But that and Democratic attitude toward pub- U. S. government war savings stamps They were deposited for safety. picture. e In the Eighth Dis- patriotism embraces only their own licity, Isn't About $360,000, 000, - by the public. ' thero? At AUV103 rrw country. trict, turned him down for a tiWllnn. or 25 per cent of, the original sales, It was further said that the Jewelry sugar-shortage. G; Re-Creati- on sugnr-shortagHe-Creatiet TOST people know that the musical enjoyment which they get w Board-member- 2& NEW 'EDISON pur-chns- I hnnd-feom- cry-thin- g. three-fourth- 3 tfw-Re-Creati- on ti M m$ way' 1 m m $- -4 - It h How Europe Can Draft YOUR Boy $ It ohll-gatlo- J - I ' for ik. "HILL'S' AsK hard-earne- d n 0. BOldtcr-candldut- jo NATIVES OF HAITI CANDIDACY OF RICHARD P. ERNST GAINING POPULARITY OVER STATE RULED BY U. S. GUNS You Will Be Repaid for Every Secor.d You Spend at j v, Army Officer Shockc'd He, Says To Know Duty So Badly Performed. Washington, Oct. 1? "Practically Indiscriminate killing of Haiti natives has, gone on for somo time. I was shocked beyond expression to hear of such things and to know that it was at all possible that duty could losslbly bo so badly performed by marines of any class." This statement, contained in a confidential letter from Brig. Gen. Bar-ne- tt to Col. John H. Russell, commanding tho American marines in Haiti, was made public in connection with a report by tho general to Secretary of .the Navy Daniels today. Tho report showed that since tho American occupation of Haiti 3,250 "armed Haitian bandits" have been killed by the marines. The American casualties wero one officer and twelve enlisted men killed and two officers and wenty-sl- x enlisted men wound ed. General Harnett's report, it was stated by Republicans here tonight, completely 'Verified the charges made gainst the Democratic adminietratlon by Senator Harding atMarlon on September 17, and when were denied and bitterly resented by Secretary Daniels , or SALINGER'S FRE iJjnLuIji i Thousands of dollars worth of Merchandise will he sold, starting W''lHP? 'rf, 't Saturday, October 16 9 a. m., at Lancaster Loose Leaf Floor, Cor. 3d and Triplett Sts. Thousands of dollars worth of Fall and Winter Merchandise was. saved. All htfs been dryed and put in salable condition. Plenty of winter underwear for men, women and children; hosiery for the whole family; wool dress goods outings; thousands of yards of cotton, both bleached and unbleached; men's and boys' clothing. Our entire stock of shoes was saved and hundreds of other fall and winter merchandise will be put on sale. What greater opportunity would the people of Daviess, Hancock, McLean, Ohio, Henderson and adjoining counties want, in this day of high prices) 'than this big sale where you will be able to'bily goods that you need at about 50c on the dollar. We must be out of the Loose Leaf Floor before tobacco season starts, so we must sell quick. Don't wait. Be here on the opening day. REMEMBER THE PLACE and Assistant Secretary itoosevelt-SenatHarding said: Warring On Helpless. "Wo are at war with tho helpless little republic of our own hemisphere. These wars are waged thru tho usurpation by the cxecntlvo of power not only never bestowed upon him, but scrupulously withheld by the Con RICHARD P. ERNST. stitution. Thousands of brave Haitians have In all tho history of Kentucky, with tors of tho Liberty National Bank at tew exceptions, a candidate for Seuu-- r hns not met with public approval to great us that accorded during tlte ?ast few weeks to Iticliuril 1. Ernst, Republican nominee for the office. Tlioxo who may wonder why ill". Crnst Wins appealed so strongly to tvery class of people In Kentucky will Snd the answer In tho record and the jonsonaUty of the man himself. Richard I'. Ernst has reached hLs t position In life largely through nis ow;i efforts alid resourcefulness, and reared In Kentucky, he show- -' early In life u desire, to know tli'i'sw, and hls'edunulou started. when ae was very young. In Front Rank. s : SALINGER'S FIRE SALE Covington. Mr. Ernst's civic activities have wori for him the praise and the strong adKenmiration of every home-lovin- g tucky man and woman. He has given generously of his time and his money to every enterprise looking to the uplift and betterment of the people of this state. Aids Education. Education has long had his earnest attention and assistance, and he has devoted a great deal of effort to work of thls kind In tho Kentucky mountain regions. Every character of religious work has received .substantial help from hint. lie has- - been elected time after time President of tho Covington 1. M. C. A. and. the Industrial Qlub. He Is a member of tho Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky, and fcrvos In the Mine capacity at Center Cplloge and IMkeville College. During the war Mr. Ernst was constantly active In war work, giving of his time and of his money. Ills fon, William Krnst, wa a private on the Mnxicun border, and .saw actlvo .Jf nice- - at tho front In Prance. Mr. Ernst, by his whole record, I seen to be a nuin of the people- Kentucky Is curtail! to take recognition of his splendid life and work by elect- i lug him as hor United States Senator. - i I been killed by American marines. Too many of our own gallant men have sacrlfied their lives at tho behest of the executivo department in order to establish laws drafted by an secretary of tho navy to se-- t cure n vote In tho league and ontln-- ! ue at tho point of tho bayonet a military domination which at this moment requires tho presence of no less ' nan 3,000 armed men on that foreign soil. Lancaster Loose Leaf Floor Cor. 3rd and Triplett Sts., OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY. don't know, answer the question anyway," From 'a few hundred thousand questions and answers tho following were taken: Q. Namo two of tho principal functions of money. ' A. To have and to hbld. ' Q. Name eleven Arctic animals. A. Five polar bears and six seals. Q. How far is tho moon from the ,' ' pa-sen- "General Barnett states that ii ll'-r- n-- Graduated from Center College with ,U lintior-.- , he became Interested In , and ion after he had developed ! hiif'tsi he was admitted to the r. il- lia r'scn to the "front rank hl6 pi'0!C--.M01uiti-iist .1 Of - to H.-rs- every Kentycklan ii'rfi piu't'c, has been enabled to s'ndy the needs hud activities of . ry 'branch of trade, In this state1. i . is Chajrnitu ut, the poard of Direc "i ,n j .is his Senator a man who tnowi s hun i ess conditions Is the fact during his long and Lit Mr hn 7T- SOME MEW WHO WOULD DARE TO DIFFER WITH 'x WILSON-CO- X LEAGUE already has tried to force bis every flew, his every Idea or thought, upon the American people. It Is truu that no has made up his own mind about policies internal and international without ever consulting tho American people or their roprcsentnth es lu Congress. Hut If Wootlvow Wilson DOES think that tho American people are aut to be counted as material when he attempts to thapo this country's policies, he will have to work hard to convince them that tho policies of Washington and Lincoln ar not in this day. Washington said In his time: "Separated rs we are by" ,a hu question In tho minds of Ainerl-m- s world of water , from other nations, who bullovv fii'tlie men who If we are wImj we shall surely , indo this country the great Repuhllx-Jia-t avoid being drawn into tho laby-rlnt- h It is today, Is this: of their politics and InIs Woodrow Wilson a wiser man volved In tholr destructive wars." .ban George Washington dud Abraham John Adams said: "Wo ought not Lincoln and James Monroe and all the Illustrious le.ulerti of our country's to Involve' ourselves In- - the political system Of Europe, but keep ourselvea p.istV It Is true that Woodrow Wilson always distinct 'and separato from "It." Jefferson said: "Peace, eommfreo and honest friendship with nil nations', entangling alliances with none." James Madison: "A.frteady regard for tho true interests of tho United States equally avoids an abandonment of their Just demands and a connection of their fortunes with the Systems of other powers." Wo have forLincoln: " borne from taking art In any controversy between foreign states and between parties or factious In such state;.. We have left to every nation the' exclusive conduct and management of Its own tiff airs." FRANKLIN D. HAS NO CHANCE WITH WOMEN Franklin D. Itoosevelt, who was placed upon the Democratic ticket to neutralize tho unpleasant Impression ure to be made upon American women by n l'reuldentlnl candidate selected by tho Trench Lick oligarchy, lias startled the country by a maladroit confession that destroys nil tho Deuocrats may have, had sf winning tho woman vote. Hrlelly, ie states that .President Wilson "put Lloyd George by disguising It " r concealing tho fact that lu the League of Nations the United States o England by rould always the votes of tho Central and South American Republics. Itoosevelt points out that Undo 3am, as Die Brother to Ilaytl, Pana out-vot- ma, Cuba, and other republics to tho South of us gave John Hull a gold brick and has reason to feel pleased with himself as a clever and successful swindler. Tho Democracy Is hardly to be upon It made of a tall to Its ticket. If F. D. Roosevelt's mission as u candidate was to attract tho women of this country to Ills party, lie seems likely to become tho greatest failure at which lioss Murphy eer winked. Four jours ngo a large number of our altruistic American women were drawn toward Wilson through motives FUN DEFIES RED TAPE which did them credit, despite the faet IN CIVHi SERVICE QUI, that soon aft.er Election Day their trust was betrayed. Hut there Is not Washington, Oct. 9. Tho rule of tho slightest possibility that these same women will this jear bo attract- most applicants at federal job exed by tho Democratic ticket, aminations seems to be: "If you spite of instructions from a sup&rioi officer of the Marino Corps, Colonel Russell forwarded a report on conditions in Haiti to hlnr(GBnerttl'Ba nett) on March 20, 1020. Up to the time Barnett loft Washington for a tour of Inspection on tho Pacific coast May 3, the report had.nol he?n re' ceived by him. - "Very shortly after my return," says the general in his report, "I was relieved as commandant of th 'Marine Corps." i General Barnett a lettor to v oionel Russell wa's the result of evidence cmt-ma- rlirnughfout t a trial-btlal of two private in the Marine Corps, charged With the illegal exe cution of captive HaitiaubandiU. The argument for the defense was y .mads-bLieut. J. L.'Speer. Even af, reading-Itter General Barnett wrote! "I know that you will take this matter up most seriously and I can! not too strongly urge upon you tho necessity of going' into it personally and thoroughly. Harnett Orders Trial. "I want personarihstructlons sent to overy officer and noncommissioned gen- officer hoth with tho marine darmle (native constabulary), that conditions as shown by the evidencein the trial of tho private above referred to must be corrected, and that such action can not be tolerated for a moment. I want every case thoroly sifted and tho guilty pnrtles brought to trial, J don't want anything of tho kind to happen again." The letter was written In Octobor, 1919, It was revealed today. Colonel Russell at onco made tho investigation as ordered, General Harnett doclared in his special report to Secretary Daniels. Tho correspondence further reveal! that at the request of Colonel Russell tho testimony of Marino Corps officers who had served in Haiti but wero then in tho United States was forwarded to him. Goneral Barnett nlso Informed Colonel Russell that ho had ordered the return tp Haiti of "such people as may seem necessary." Colonel Russell' report, together with all tho evidence he obtained, was forwarded to the departmont on March 20, but General Harnett states was not received by him up to thiff time ho was succeeded as commandant of the corps by Maj. Gen. John A. Lejeune on Juno 30. I j I KUimw,-w- um. wfrrergrTi FgTSTJ o i& 2fc V a eSft m h8 p" uJ cH is far enough away not to IpQjrfene with my Job if I get It. jq. What do you know ahout tho Romanoff family? family was A. The Romanoff made up from tho triumvirates following the fall of the Roman Empire. A. Who ,wrote "Horao,' Sweet" Home?" '5 A. Hoiher. . .Q. What is th largest sound on the coast of Washington state? A. The roaring of tho waves. Q. What is the plural of solo? A. Duet. One applicant for examination gave as the place of his birth "tho second floor back room of my fath- earth? .jA It A Shoe Without a Nail AO T! AiHJ LJShoo. I ' - er's house." Another stated that the length of was "five feot his legal resldenco nine' ASSESSMENT NOTICE To the Taxpayers of East and West Beaver Dam precinct: I or one of ray deputies will bo at Doaver Dam Thursday, October 21, and Saturday October 23 for the purpose of assessing the taxpayors of aid precincts. Please meet us prompt-l- y. D. E. WARD, Tax Comr. O. C. not even the tiniest nail to hurt little feet. No stiff, clumsy solesito tire the little feet. No shapes to cramp the growing toes. Perfect little shoes for YOUR kiddie made according to nature's demands plus the good common-sens- e ideas of the maker. High and low styles for children, misses and growing girls. , THINK OF IT ed p Mrs. Abigail Wilton, an American woman, Llndly has sung "Lead Light." 50,000 times in public. mm NEW CHEMISTRY OFFICE HAS HEEN CREATED ' In order to develop the commercial dispossibilities of now methods covered in the bureau of chemistry, of tho agricultural department, a trained forco of engineers has been assigned to this special work. It is said that because of a more theoretical presentment of their dbcoverie's in the past many valuable opportuni ties Involving the recovery of pro ducts from factory waste etc., have been lost. The now office will "act from science to Inas a dustry," and It Is expected thaf will be saved for the American people through It creation. mil-llons'- of Priced according to size. The best shoes for children we ever saw. Sold exclusively at this store. Carson Hartford, Kentucky. (L Co. it h